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7/3/20 "When dogs and cats are sick, scared and in pain, who’s on the front lines tending to them and their worried owners Veterinary technicians are usually the first person we see. Vet techs do a lot of the heavy lifting, including subduing and soothing savage beasts before the veterinarian steps in. There’s a national contest that honors them, and a local woman is one of five finalists in the 2020 American Humane Hero Veterinary Nurse Award, presented by Zoetis Petcare." - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
7/3/20 VIDEO: "The 'world's oldest cat' has died at the age of 31 - the equivalent of 150 human years. Michele Heritage, 52, got Rubble as a kitten on her 20th birthday and they have been inseparable ever since.
Rubble, a fluffy Maine Coon became the oldest feline in the world after reaching 31 years old in May last year. The geriatric moggy had no specific health issues but passed away from old age, becoming very thin, and went across the road 'but never came back', said his owner." - Daily Mail
7/3/20 "A stray cat was brought to an animal rescue (RSQ209) in California when she was very pregnant. She was covered in fleas and in desperate need of foster care. Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals took her in and arranged a foster family for the sweet feline. The expectant cat mom came home with Angela Su, a volunteer of the shelter. They got to work right away to wash off all the pesky fleas and treated her for other health issues. The sweet kitty whom they named Iris, was an instant love-bug, purring up a storm while she was being cared for." - LoveMeow
7/3/20 "If you want to tell if your cat has a temperature you will need to check it with a thermometer. The procedure is quite straightforward but gentleness is the order of the day. If you don’t already have one, buy a standard digital thermometer. You can get them for under £10 in the UK or under $10 in America on Amazon. It is much safer to use a digital thermometer because it won’t break inside your cat’s rectum." - PoC
7/3/20 "Cats may be known for being independent animals so it may come as a surprise to know that cats can get separation anxiety which can make them stressed and cause a lot of other problems.
As lockdown is slowly lifted, we need to help our cats re-adjust to 'normal' life." - The Portugal News
7/2/20 VIDEO: "Take pawesome portraits that'll have you feline fine! Here are the secrets to getting superb cat shots at home." "When a cute cat casually walks into the room, it’s almost impossible to resist picking up your camera to start shooting." - DigitalCameraWorld
7/2/20 "According to Best Friends Animal Society, Delaware is again the only state in the country to achieve a no-kill status.
Best Friends is a leading national animal welfare organization dedicated to ending the killing of dogs and cats in shelters. Each year, the organization compares the numbers of dogs and cats entering shelters with the numbers of dogs and cats that leave those shelters alive." - Sussex Countian
7/2/20 "VIDEO: "In June, WSU veterinarians successfully removed a pituitary tumor from Honeybee, a 10-year-old Maine Coon. Honeybee is a former Japanese show cat. She retired back in 2011 when Mollie and Brian Mansfield adopted her. "we saw her when she was 8 months of age at a cat show, and we fell in love with her," Mollie said. She's lived a happy life in Olympia ever since, but in November Mollie noticed something was wrong." - KLEW
7/1/20 "A cat with an apparent case of wanderlust — or that was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time — managed to hitch a ride on a military flight that landed at Bangor International Airport Tuesday night and flew out Wednesday morning.
“We are calling it the ‘feline recovery mission,’” said Aimiee Thibodeau, airport marketing and business development manager. “As far as anyone knows, this is a first for the Bangor airport.”" - Bangor Daily News
7/1/20 "Having grown up surrounded by animals and as someone with anxiety and depression, I briefly thought about getting a therapy cat before moving away to college to help me manage my mental health. But with my mental health being in a good place at that time, I never really pushed it. It wasn't until my sophomore year of college that I changed my mind." + POPSUGAR
7/1/20 "It is not okay to give a cat ice cream. There are several reasons. Ice cream is attractive to domestic cats because it contains fat. However, they do not realise that it is very cold. When they eat it they are shocked by the food’s temperature which results in the reaction that we see on social media. People describe it as “brain freeze..." - PoC
7/1/20 "Move aside, Green Berets! Recently leaked classified documents reveal the military’s latest pet project: a top-secret new airborne force, composed entirely of cats — E.C.H.O. Force (Elite Cats Hunting the Opposition). Insiders say the cats sometimes refer to themselves as The Cats Who Stare at Men. Their slogan is “Clawus autem terrorus!’ - DuffelBlog
7/4/20 "When you maintain a household, it’s inevitable that you will have laundry to do. Many of us dread this household chore, but it’s a mundane task that must be done time and time again as the loads pile up. For many of us, we have those old-fashioned hard plastic laundry baskets that take up lots of space. I know for myself, I have at least three, as well as four pop-up mesh laundry baskets. They’re easier to lug around and make for less elbows hitting the walls as you go from room to room. But I can say that those have gone straight to the trash since I heard Indi’s story…" - Cole and Marmalade
7/4/20 VIDEO: "Cat video always tend to leave netizens heart warmed and a recent clip of the furry animal asking for water has left internet users in awe. Shared by IFS Susanta Nanda on July 4, the video shows a cat pawing a ‘hooman’ and asking for ‘few drops of water’. The 14-second-clip shows a cute cat sitting on a rock and slowly reaching out to the human standing with a plastic water bottle right next to it." - Republic World
7/4/20 VIDEO: "A litter of one-week-old kittens was rescued and brought to a shelter in Montreal, Canada. They required round-the-clock feedings, so a team of volunteers took it upon themselves to care for them. Among the littermates, the ginger kitten was much smaller and struggling to thrive. Jess, an experienced rescuer, stepped up to help. She brought him home and began tube-feeding him, keeping him warm and staying by his side around the clock." - LoveMeow
7/4/20 "The signs that your cat is happy will be subtle. It is easier to ask yourself whether you are happy and whether you have created an environment for your cat which will make her happy. Ideally I feel that the question should be redirected towards the person. If you are unsure that your cat is happy it is probably fair to say that something is not quite right in the relationship." - PoC
7/3/20 "You’ve probably seen your cat curled up around the house taking a cat nap in patches of sunlight at all hours of the day. Cats spend a lot of their time sleeping - on average 12 to 15 hours - and it's not because they're lazy. We know that dogs dream, but do cats dream too? What kinds of things would cats dream about anyway?" - Reader's Digest
7/3/20 "Yes, cat vaccinations can cause diarrhoea. Sometimes cats have an allergic reaction to a vaccine. These are called type I hypersensitivity responses or anaphylaxis. It is a well documented adverse response associated with vaccine administration in companion animals." - PoC
7/3/20 "Feline panleukopenia (FP) is a species of parvovirus that can infect all wild and domestic members of the felid (cat) family worldwide. The virus is highly contagious, and its prevalence can be anywhere groups of cats congregate, such as kennels, pet shops, feral cat colonies, etc. Outbreaks often occur when cats are more likely to be in contact with unvaccinated cats, especially during the warm months of “kitten season”, which is now." - Daily News
7/3/20 "Ron Williams of Sturgis turns 85 in September. Not too long ago, to keep him company, a friend brought him a boy cat named Fluffy. Over the first few weeks they had together, Ron says he and Fluffy hit it off right away. “I looked at him and hey, I just fell in love with him,” said Williams." - FOX17
7/3/20 VIDEO: "According to the research team of the School of Life Sciences, Peking University, 18 cameras distributed in an area of northwest China's Qinghai Province in the Qilian Mountains National Park detected the Chinese mountain cats 13 times within 9 days, while the research team witnessed Chinese mountain cats 7 times." - CGTN
7/3/20 "DEAR JOAN: My adult son has a beloved cat. He needs a housemate, and a couple of his good friends need a place to live. It’s a perfect match, except the couple has a cat of their own — they got the cat because my son’s cat was so much fun. Is this a recipe for disaster, or could this arrangement work out?" - The Mercury News
7/3/20 "The Pioneer Woman star Ree Drummond adores her dogs, but she also has a special place in her heart for cats. Here are the sweetest things the Food Network star said about her two barn cats, Kitten Kitten and Kitty Kitty. In a blog post titled “Why I Love My Cat,” Drummond lists the things she appreciates about her barn cat, Kitty Kitty." - Showbiz CheatSheet
7/3/20 "Are you planning for an exciting adventure, once the travel restrictions are lifted? Perhaps so! May be your pets are also yearning for the outdoors as much as you are. How about you take them along with you on your next trip? Pets are generally bouncy and always moving, so it may look like a challenging task to take them along on your journey." - Katzenworld
7/6/20 "When one thinks of India’s cats, the charismatic big cats—tigers, snow leopards and lions—steal the thunder. But did you know India is home to fifteen different species of cats? Although multiple studies focus on the big cats, very little is known about India’s smaller cats, despite their large distribution across the subcontinent. Our knowledge of their numbers, preferred habitats, and behaviour are scarce." - Research Matters
7/6/20 "The internet loves cats. For some strange reasons, photos and videos of cats doing extremely funny things will instantly brighten our day. And speaking of cats, we've seen our fair share of 'Grumpy Cats'. Well, move aside, Grumpy Cats, because being grumpy is so last season. Meet 'Permanently Sad' cat." - RojakDaily
7/5/20 "Mats should be removed to prevent them growing. The grow because they catch up more and more hair which can lead to your cat’s skin being pinched resulting in pain and discomfort." "I think you have to be sensible and decide whether it is possible to remove mats at home. It depends on how bad they are. You can do harm to a cat if you try and remove them when you’re not really up to the task. You shouldn’t be too ambitious or overoptimistic." - PoC
7/5/20 "A medical expert has issued a warning in Australia after an elderly woman died from her cat licking an open wound. The 80-year-old woman died in May at Melbourne's Box Hill Hospital from bacterial meningitis. According to a report in the Herald Sun, the woman was scratched by her pet cat Minty, which then licked the wound." - TVNZ 1news
7/5/20 "Social media users from around the world have been left in stitches after sharing hilarious pictures of curious cats sneaking into their homes. People from across the US, Brazil, and Canada have been posting the pictures on the Facebook group My House, Not My Cat alongside stories on how the felines wandered into their house, slept in their bed, drank their water and settled themselves in." - Daily Mail
7/5/20 "A cat-whispering firefighter and the rattle of a box of cat biscuits finally lured Shadow, a moggy stuck up a palm tree for two days, out to safety. On Friday firefighter Daniel Boyd, from the Hāwera Volunteer Fire Brigade, coaxed the 9-month-old cat out from the fronds and carried her five metres down a ladder to the ground." - stuff
7/5/20 "So, you’re ready to bring a new pet into your home. You drive to your local animal shelter and get drawn in by the cute-as-a-button kitten jumping around, and the adorable, lumbering puppy who mesmerizes you with his deep brown eyes. You pan the room and spot the large sleeping cat perched on the cat tree." - The Daily Nonpareil
7/5/20 "Summer is a great time to consider adding a feline friend to the household. Dr. Diane Delmain of Auburn University'e College of Veterinary Medicine says cats are delightful, playful companions that can provide years of loving friendship, but there are several things to consider to help find the right cat." - Alabama Newscenter
7/5/20 "The co-ordinator of the Honiton Branch of Cats Protection laced up his running shoes to celebrate the reopening of the centre." "Bob Carter was joined by four members of Axe Valley Runners as they ran the 5K route which was shaped like a cat. All the ladies taking part were sporting cats’ ears and the runners made sure to maintain social distancing." - MIDWEEK Herald
7/5/20 VIDEO: "Call this doggo a cat enthusiast because his excitement over meeting a kitty for the very first time is through the roof. Posted on Reddit on July 4, the video is almost 50 seconds long. The clip has been shared with a caption reading, “First time meeting a cat”. The clip starts with a shot of the indoors of a house. A doggo with a black coat is running around excitedly on the hard-wood floor. The reason for the pooch’s enthusiasm? A black-furred cat perched on top of a wooden table." - Hindustan Times
7/5/20 "Somehow, last week, I skipped one of the biting insects that bothers me the most. This insect doesn’t bite me, but it bites my 17-and-a-half-year-old pound hound, Ol’Boy. To see him biting at himself chasing a flea, especially in the middle of the night, saddens me. The sad facts of the situation are that if you have ever seen an old dog’s dental work, the chance of him lining up two teeth to catch a flea are very unlikely! Poor Ol’Boy!" - Moultrie News
undated "It’s often said that cats have slaves, not owners. But as part of the ABC’s Your Mental Health week — focussing on how to improve our mental health and wellbeing in these challenging time — Big Ideas returns to these moving personal tales of the pet cats who rescued their owners and gave them courage and resilience at times when life seemed unbearably hard." - ABC
7/9/20 "If you have a cat in the house, you’ll most likely agree that these creatures believe they’re the head of the household and that the whole world was built for them. They’ll lie in the planter right over your favorite flowers, they’ll put their paw on your head while you cook, and send the poor doggo to sleep on the floor while lying in their bed just to steal the show." - BRIGHT SIDE
7/9/20 "The following health problems are linked to cat obesity. The information comes from a study by Hand et al 2000 as published in The Welfare of Catsand excellent reference book on domestic and feral cats edited by Irene Rochlitz and authored by a range of experts." - PoC
7/9/20 "Jakob Wedlund and his family were looking for a new friend for their cat Ralf when they came across a kitten named Molle. The little ball of fluff who resembled a teddy bear, was in search of a new home. "He was very shy (due to a bad situation he was in at his previous home) when we met him for the first time," Jakob told Love Meow." - LoveMeow
7/9/20 "Millions of people today adore their pet cats, and the feline obsession spans back more than a millennium, scientists now believe. Evidence from the ancient Silk Road reveals domestic cats were kept as pets by nomadic livestock herders more than 1,000 years ago. Animal bones found in Kazakhstan, along what used to be the vast transcontinental trade route connecting the East and West, indicate the feline was well cared for. " - Daily Mail
7/8/20 "It seems incongruous that for thousands of years humans have shared their homes with fearsome predators. I am referring to the domestic cat. The reason why we do is because of the initial reason why the wild cat was domesticated. They were a utilitarian animal. They were useful as working animals in keeping down rodent populations on farms and in homes. Nowadays they have a different role which as a companion." - PoC
7/7/20 "From time to time I like to publish a post which contains some interesting or even strange cat pictures. Or they might simply be photographs which caught my eye because they are particularly good. For example, on this page there is a photograph of a rusty-spotted cat, which is the smallest wild cat species." - PoC
7/7/20 "Cornelius Cornbread, a black Bombay cat in Nashville, has become a social media star because of his "eyebrows."
According to his owner, retired teacher Karen Mellette, Cornelius has these "eyebrows" because of a lack of fur in the area between his eyes and ears, The Daily Mail reports" - PEOPLE
7/7/20 VIDEO: "A cat burglar is on the loose and a Metairie family has been trying to get the word out. People's clothing kept winding up on the Bardi's front porch. It all started a month ago when a tank top and some socks appeared out of no where. "All these different dish towels," Joseph Bardi said as he showed the collection of items that were clearly fresh out o the dryer." - 4WWL
7/6/20 "Dear Miss Behavin’: I recently adopted a shy cat from the shelter. The past few days she’s been hiding under my bed, only coming out to use her litterbox and eat at night. What can I do to help her feel safe and secure in her new home?" - The Mercury News
7/6/20 "In general, domestic cat need to express predatory behaviour. In other words they need to hunt to feel normal. A sizeable chunk, perhaps 60% of a cat’s life would be removed from them if they had no opportunity to express predatory behaviour. As there are many domestic cats living full-time inside their home there is an obligation upon the owner who confined them to play with them. This substitutes predatory behaviour." - PoC
7/6/20 "With the cat shelter currently closed to the public, foster homes have played a vital role in virtual adoptions at the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society. The shelter first halted adoptions and closed its doors in late March following Gov. Charlie Baker's stay-at-home order. All cats and kittens were moved to foster homes and the organization did its best to continue its work remotely as a resource to the community for all cat-related emergencies" - The Eagle-Tribune
7/6/20 "An Australian grandmother has died from bacterial meningitis after her pet cat scratched her and then licked the wounds on her arm." "The woman’s daughter told the Herald Sun that it’s believed Minty the cat, who slept alongside her owner, licked a wound on her arm which caused cat saliva to go into her bloodstream." [Note the firm, scientific diagnosis here. Then the media grabs hold and we wind up with worldwide panic.] - stuff
7/10/20 "When I rescued my cat, Hazel, she was 9 months old and had been at the Humane Society for six months. After being returned by a family due to biting behavior, Hazel had been left in the back room without being rotated into the adoption population for weeks. She was in a desperate situation, and at risk of euthanasia due to overcrowding." - POPSUGAR
7/10/20 "Neutering is a surgical procedure done to male cats to prevent unwanted pregnancies in female cats." "Getting your cat neutered is one of the most important things you can do for him — but it’s totally normal to have a ton of questions. Here you’ll learn what it means to neuter your cat, what the recovery process looks like — and why you should book your appointment to get this procedure done if you haven’t already." - MSN
7/10/20 VIDEO: "This is the moment a mouse escaped death by a whisker when it encountered a curious cat that just wanted to sniff it. The startling scene, filmed at an unidentified location in the US, saw the tiny rodent walk right up to huge tabby and white cat called Mercedes. But instead of pouncing and dispatching the tiny rodent, the cat seemed wary of it and decided to investigate further." Daily Mail
7/10/20 "Disneyland is closed and right know we have no idea when it will be opening up again. One assumes that walking down Main Street U.S.A would be like wandering through a ghost town. There are probably a handful of essential employees around, but the parks are otherwise so empty they might be creepy. But if you were there, in the empty park, it would probably be much easier than usual to notice that there are other inhabitants of Disneyland. The park is full of cats." - CinemaBlend
7/10/20 "Scratch this name off the list.
An Atlanta family said it received a voter registration form this week for their cat Cody Tims – who died 12 years ago.
"There's a huge push but if they're trying to register cats, I'm not sure who else they're trying to register,” the late feline’s owner, Carol Tims, told Fox5 Atlanta. “I'm not sure if they're trying to register dogs, mice, snakes.” - FoxNews
7/10/20 "if you have ever seen a cat enjoying the pleasures of catnip, it may look similar to the Cheshire Cat, as in, a crazed cat who appears to be experiencing euphoria. While it’s certainly entertaining for the humans (and no doubt, for the cat) many cat-owners want to know more about why catnip affects cats the way it does, if it’s safe, and how much catnip is too much catnip." - GreenMatters
7/9/20 "Meet Lolly, a highly relatable cat who loves attention so much she keeps faking her own death. The moggy has developed a habit of lying down in the road with her eyes shut and her tongue hanging out, to make her owner’s neighbours think she’s dead. Mum-of-two Lesley Southam, 47, says Lolly is just trying to get attention – and has had to send out a flyer to residents in their street in Banbury, Oxon, to explain that their cat isn’t actually dead." - METRO
7/9/20 VIDEO: "Cat parents are all too well familiar with the antics of their feline kids. They do tons of stuff which the parents mostly tolerate, either out of their love or maybe because they’re too afraid to contradict their furry kids. Sadly, we’ll never know the real reason. This parent of a grey-coloured cat, however, is a contradiction to that rule and this video, which is now going all sorts of viral, shows how." - HindustanTimes
7/9/20 "A local feline - and her loving family - were recently featured by The Dodo, a news service that focuses on telling heartwarming stories about animals. BleuBelle was adopted by the Neath family of Concord in June 2013. “We got BleuBelle at a tack buy, swap and sell event that the local feed store held. We didn’t sell or swap anything, but we came home with her instead,” said Sarah Neath. " - Pike County Journal-Reporter
7/9/20 "Just like with humans, the advertising to use CBD oil for pets is everywhere. But how do you know how much to give, or if it even works? Respected pet brands have been doing a lot of studies and research to see what the safe dosing levels should be and whether it actually works. Dr. Stacy Mozisek of Firehouse." - gmtoday
7/9/20 "Q: My cat Myrtle sometimes drools. Should I be concerned?
A: It depends. Many cats drool while purring. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve stood up, after one of my cats lay purring on my lap while I pet her, to find my slacks soaked with cat saliva.
Conversely, some cats drool when they’re stressed." - IBJ
7/9/20 "The question is really asking whether your cat will recognise his name if you change it. You are naturally concerned that your cat has got used to his name, perhaps given to him by a cat rescue centre or a previous owner, and if you change it he won’t respond to his new name." - PoC
7/16/20 "Cats may have been pets for Kazakh pastoralists along the Silk Road over 1,000 years ago, a new study said. Tests on a cat skeleton found along the Silk Road in southern Kazakhstan revealed that cats may have been pets for nomadic herders in the area, according to a study published last week in the - The Scientific Reports journal." - CNN
7/16/20 VIDEO: "A simple project to enclose a second story balcony has turned a rural backyard into an elaborate cat playground and bolstered efforts to protect a critically endangered species A series of turfed tunnels now joins the upstairs balcony of Jo-Anne Hayley's home to a 60-square-metre netted area filled with insulated cabins, climbing logs, and scratching pads." - ABC South West WA
7/16/20 "WARM AND FUZZY ARE NOT adjectives typically used to describe the emphatically macho Ernest Hemingway. His sentences are short, devoid of flowery and descriptive language. His pastimes included such red-blooded hobbies as boxing, hunting and fishing for marlin. How is it, then, that a man known as a tough guy has come to be known by so many as the namesake for the dozens of cats that roam the Key West property where he once lived?" - Florida Weekly
7/15/20 "Lemonade, the insurance company powered by artificial intelligence and behavioral economics, today launched pet health insurance. Now, pet parents in 33 US states can get AI-powered, socially impactful coverage for their four-legged family members. The new insurance product, designed exclusively for cats and dogs, joins Lemonade’s #1-rated homeowners and renters products:.." - BusinessWire
7/15/20 VIDEO: "A poor kitty cat got stuck up in a tree, but based on the rescue mission ... it was more terrified coming down than going up. This amusing vid comes from the city of Meishan in southern China's Sichuan Province, where the frightened feline got itself in a predicament -- but was saved by a Good Samaritan. No need to call the fire department ... this man reportedly spotted the striped cat trapped about 10-feet high up into the tree, and fetched himself a ladder." - TMZ
7/15/20 VIDEO: "Meet these baby Black-Footed Cats at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park! The kittens — male Ryder and female Skyler—were born to mother Arwen and father Sawyer in April. They weigh about a pound and half each and will only will grow to be 2 to 3 pounds when fully matured. They are one of the world’s smallest cats." - WTA814
7/15/20 "The St. Paul Saints’ Cat Video Festival is returning for its sixth year of showcasing the Twin Cities’ most entertaining cats. The team is asking baseball fans and anyone else to submit their favorite cat videos. A $1,000 award is available for the best video and will be judged by a panel. The Cat Video Festival is virtual this year and free to watch. The Quarantine Cat Video Reel will premier online at 8 p.m. on Aug. 20 and will be available throughout that weekend." - TwinCities
7/15/20 Iso life can be, well, isolating, but the Cat Protection Society has an answer to your loneliness: a purry, furry companion to keep you entertained and in good company. The shelter is usually quiet in the middle of the year, with most adoptions coming during December and January, but cats and kittens are flying off the shelves (well, not literally. Well, OK, sometimes literally, but then they're picked up, cuddled and put back on their shelves) since the first lockdown began." - TimeOut
7/15/20 VIDEO: "Recreating a scene from the 2001 film The Princess Diaries - with cats, has become the latest trend on TikTok.
The scene, with actress Sandra Oh who played the role of vice-principal Gupta, picking up the phone and uttering the dialogue “The queen is coming” after putting down the receiver has TikTokers using cats as a replacement for the telephone receiver." - Malaysia Mail
7/15/20 "Who doesn't love cats? We share our living spaces with them almost anywhere. Now, it is even more clear that we were together for a really long time. A common idea on cats' characterization is how reckless and individually idiosyncratic they happen to be and that hasn't changed since they've started to live a domestic life. Well, it turns out that we've been calling them "friends" since Late Neolithic period..." - Interesting Engineering
7/15/20 "They’re fluffy, they’re moody, and they’re ready to pounce at any given moment! Even if you’ve never had a feline for a pet, surely you have found yourself scratching your head about their odd behavior before. If we look a bit closer, cats are a household critter that hunters, psychologists, and your 9-year-old niece can relate to!" - EverWideningCircles
7/14/20 "Thanks to Nervous System (previously), herding cats is no longer guaranteed to be a catastrophic failure. The New York-based design studio recently released a 224-piece jigsaw puzzle named after the idiom that’s comprised of 43 different felines as they lounge, stretch out their paws, and jump in the air. Made of birch plywood, the individual pieces form large, technicolor cat by artist Anne Sullivan " - ThisIsColossal
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