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4/7/2020 "Market Research Intellect has added a new research report titled, ‘Pet Insurance for Dogs and Cats Market Professional Survey Report 2020’ to its vast collection of research reports. The Pet Insurance for Dogs and Cats market is expected to grow positively for the next five years 2020-2026." - Science In Me
2/19/2020 "With 2020 barely underway, insurance provider Trupanion already has reason to celebrate. Earlier this month, the company surpassed 500,000 dogs and cats covered under its proprietary pet insurance." - Veterinary Practice News
12/23/2019 "When a pet owner realised that her toy poodle was very active and had a tendency to dash across the road, she decided to get it insured.
“I saw the temperament of the dog and how it could get into an accident,” the 49-year-old, who only wanted to be known as Ms Lim, told CNA." - CNA
"As veterinary medicine becomes more technologically advanced, the cost of care increases because of the higher costs associated with the equipment, facilities and training required to provide these higher-quality services. Pet insurance can help by offsetting some or most of the costs of diagnosing, treating and managing your pet's illness or injury." - American Veterinary Medical Association
11/24/2019 "Most pet owners think of their animals as family members and put considerable value on their health and well-being. But should they buy pet insurance? It’s an ongoing debate that often pits numbers against emotions. “People must have pet insurance,” says Betsy Arthur, a veterinary surgeon with a Maryland practice. “People who can’t afford insurance are left without options, and heartbreaking decisions . . . especially when the problems are serious but fixable." - The Washington Post
1/22/2020 "The internet is rife with funny cat videos showing their reactions to a plant commonly known as "catnip." What is catnip, does it affect all felines, is it safe for cats, and should humans use it? This Special Feature investigates these questions and more." - MedicalNewsToday
12/20/2018 "Whether they've been naughty or nice matters not, as the more than US$1 billion pet toy industry has everything from the whimsical to practical to keep Fluffy and Spot occupied and caretakers entertained. Many of the go-to items for cats contains catnip. This herb, which goes by the botanical name of Nepeta cataria, induces changes in cat behavior. In my view, it's worth considering whether giving a mood-altering substance to a pet is ethical." - LiveScience
11/13/2019 "They may look blissful and euphoric, but what's really happening? Offer a pinch of catnip or a catnip-filled toy to your pet feline, and her response might be dramatic ... and silly. She may roll on her back, dart wildly around, drool, lick the catnip and rub it on her face and body, or flop over and lie there purring. Her actions seem goofy and comical, and somewhat resemble the uncoordinated and gleeful behavior of someone who's had a little too much to drink or is pleasantly under the influence of recreational drugs. But is that what's happening here?" - LiveScience
11/13/2019 "Well, I’ve been giving Haze some catnip time about a month and she is definitely happy about it. I only give her 3 to 5 minutes catnip time per week ‘cause I don’t want her to overdose. However, in this article, we will discuss how much time our cat needs catnip and if you have a catnip experience with your cat, please tell us " - Maine Coon Cat
10/23/2019 "Catnip is a herb belonging to the mint family. It is sometimes known as catmint or catswort and native to parts of Europe, China and the Middle East. Today it also grows in North America, Northern Europe and New Zealand. Catnip can act as a hallucinogenic for roughly seven out of 10 cats." - Pet Age
10/17/2019 VIDEO: "Catnip is a plant—known scientifically as Nepeta cataria—that is a member of the mint family. The active ingredient is called nepetalactone, which many domestic cats respond to in a variety of different ways. (Fun fact: It affects big cats like lions and tigers as well.) The plant produces this chemical (nepetalactone) in microscopic bulbs that coat its leaves, stems, and seedpods. When these fragile bulbs rupture, they release the nepetalactone into the air,.. - Yahoo
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