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One of the benefits of having two cats is that they can groom each other, that's of course if they have a good relationship. Well, this single resident cat quickly adopted the new dog into the family, and just loved giving her ear cleanings. Maybe it doesn't matter who gets groomed...maybe it's just the need of some social cats to give and bond.
Pawfect opportunity to get a gift for yourself. Love your pet. Love yourself.
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About two percent of people in the U.S. have OCD, an anxiety disorder that is still poorly understood and diagnosed. Dogs and people with compulsive disorders have similar brain abnormalities (Ogata, N., et al., Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 45 (2013) 1–6), suggesting dogs may help doctors understand and treat human anxiety. What do you think about that? Check out my interview in this National Geographic article.