On a day set aside to appreciate rest, we gather some of nature's most able sleepers.
We like to imagine our pets are in agony while we're out of the house, even if it's just for half an hour. Sure, we observe their joy when we return, but, clinically speaking, what's going on in our furry friends' short-term memory?
Forget ridiculous superstitions about black cats -- dark-colored animals carry survival perks in their coloring.
Human music usually annoys cats, but felines gravitate to new compositions that incorporate everything from purrs to meowy greetings.
The eyelashes of most animals are one-third the length of the eye's width to create an optimal protective zone.
Things are looking up for the world's rarest cat, whose population has doubled in number over the past decade.
A new study finds that collar covers cut in half the number of birds, reptiles and amphibians killed by cats.
You probably think either "Awwww!" or "Good grief!" when you see a pet in a cute sweater. (There's not a lot of room for apathy when faced with a dog with a wardrobe.) Do they really help? Find out which breeds may benefit from all that fashion.
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