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For All animal lovers, Animal love can be dangerous- especially if you are in love with Swine!

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Think twice before you kiss any swine – it might cause swine flue!!

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Swine flu spreads in the same way as ordinary colds and flu.

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Swine influenza does not normally infect humans, although this occasionally does occur – usually in people who have had close contact with pigs.

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Swine flu regularly causes outbreaks in pigs.

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Pity the poor pig. The otherwise estimable mammal has never had a very good rep — something about the mud, the snout, the oink. Now add the flu.

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When bird flu viruses replicate in pigs, they pick up the viral machinery that gives more selective flu strains the power to spread to other mammals, like us. That’s what makes pigs such potent mixing bowls for flu.

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Avian flu that is passed through the pig’s mammalian system, however, can be passed readily among humans.

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Pigs that carry influenza tend not to die en masse the way flocks of birds do, eliminating the immediate tip-off that a serious pathogen is at large.

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An extraordinary cat was found in Qingyan province , China. It sprouted a pair of fur-covered wings on his back during a hot-weather spell look like an angel.

The wonderfully strange kitty has now become the most interesting thing to be beheld not for only people around that area who came visited the unusual angel- winged cat and fall in love with him but also female kitties .
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One cat owner, identified only as Feng, claimed her pet’s wings were the result of stress from too many females desiring to mate with him.

“At first they were just two bumps,” she told the Mail. “But they started to grow quickly and after a month there were two wings.”

“Many female cats in heat came to harass him, and then the wings started to grow,” the kitty owner, Ms. Feng said.

Experts attempt to make an explanation for the growing of the wings of the cat, which they concluded that wings can be explained through several scientific explanations, including leg deformities, huge mats of hair or a condition known as feline cutaneous asthenia or FCA, which causes the cat’s skin to grow in heavy folds on its back or shoulders, online magazine Cryptozoology reported.

I gotz you boy!

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Sshh…my baby Sleepy Sleepy !!

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Khrrrr…. I’m Sleepy Sleepy!!
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The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) in UK said the number of abandoned animals soared 57 percent last year to 11,586 the equivalent of more than 30 a day.

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Britons may have a reputation as animal-lovers but they are increasingly dumping their pets as they struggle to cope with the impact of economic downturn.

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The number of abandoned cats was up by 50 percent and a third more dogs were discarded, the charity said. Horses, farm animals and exotic pets were also being chucked out.

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In addition to the actual numbers being thrown out, there had also been a 52 percent rise in inquiries from the public looking to give up their pets.

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Tim Wass, chief officer of the RSPCA inspectorate, said the cause was “everything to do with the economics about owning a pet” from paying for food to veterinary bills.

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“It’s a huge rise and I’m afraid that we can only point to economics to find a solution to the current problem,” he told BBC radio.
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“It’s affecting pretty much every animal. We’re really struggling to cope at the moment.” Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Britain’s best-known animal refuge centre, located in south London, said in December it was at bursting point after taking in more than a thousand more strays than it had done a year earlier.

The 21 polo ponies that died Sunday in Wellington were all injected before the game with a government-banned vitamin supplement called Biodyl — and team members believe a tainted dose caused their deaths, the team’s captain said.

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Juan Martin Nero, captain of the Lechuza Caracas polo team, told La Nacion newspaper of Buenos Aires that all of the horses had received Biodyl injections before the game.

”We don’t have any doubts about the origin of the problem,” Nero said. “There were five horses that weren’t given the vitamin, and they are the only ones that are fine.”

Biodyl, a French-made supplement, is banned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and its sale or use in the United States is illegal, an FDA spokeswoman said.

Biodyl contains vitamin B-12, selenium, potassium asparate and magnesium asparate. Last year, a shipment imported into the United States was rejected by FDA officials because it was deemed ”a new animal drug which is unsafe,” FDA records show.

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As the investigation into the horses’ deaths continues, speculation is surrounding the team’s Argentine veterinarian.

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Felix Crespo, a former competitive polo player, was in charge of the horses’ health, and he would have been the one to oversee their diet and any supplements or injections they may have received, people familiar with the team say.

A call to Crespo’s cellphone in Argentina was answered by his daughter, who said he was still in Palm Beach County.

Pets come in our lives like a season of spring. Spreading joy and happiness all around they make the best companions. John is a big pet lover. From birds to fishes, or dogs to kittens, John have them all. To him nothing is more pleasurable than watching his angelical pets loitering here and there in joy.

John believes that everything has a purpose, so does the moments we spend with out pets. Their whole life is a lesson, its just that we need to learn.

We all are supposed to grow old! I know how difficult it is difficult to imagine when we first adopt our lively and rambunctious puppy or kitten that he or she will one day grow old. Our animal companions live far shorter than we do, and the time we spend with them seems to fly by. One day, they are full of vim and vigor, fun and mischief, joie de vivre and exuberance – within a relatively brief period of time, they grow into adolescence, then evolve into perhaps a mellower and sedate adulthood, and eventually become mature and ultimately old.

As they become old, they may experience physical as well as mental and emotional limitations and weakening. They may experience many of the illnesses, disabilities, infirmities and diseases that we may confront. So many of our beloved pets endure the pain of arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart conditions, etc. as well as receiving medical treatments and medications that are comparable to those used to help ease or cure these conditions and improve the quality of our lives.

There are many lessons we can learn from our furry, finned and feathered friends, as they grow old. We can see them experience the effects of the passage of time that are so similar to those we experience as humans. We come to realize that these signs of aging both mirror and mimic our own. If we are wise, we can derive great rewards by caring for our aging pets – for example, we can learn from their stoicism, endurance and their ability to “Keep On Keeping On.” We can learn to “live in the moment”, as they do, with joy and spontaneity and not to dwell on the past or to fear the future.

By respecting and caring for our aging animal companions, we can learn to age gracefully and with dignity. From them, we can learn respect for and increased appreciation of our elders. We can emulate their steadfastness and patience. We can also view the opportunity to care for our beloved aging pets as a means for us to grow in compassion, wisdom and insight about the purposefulness and significance of all living beings.


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