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Rabid Skunk Bites Kittens, All 3 Animals DieTwo kittens living on a ranch in Blue Ridge tested positive for rabies by the Texas Department of State Health Services laboratory in Austin.
Scooter, Briefly The World's Oldest Living Cat, Dead At 30A Siamese cat recently cited by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's oldest living cat did not live to enjoy the title.
Cat Plague Infecting Numerous North Texas FelinesThe Weatherford Parker County Animal Shelter has recently received an abnormally high number of cats with confirmed cases of Feline Panleukopenia.
Going On Vacation? Your Cats Can Enjoy Luxury Digs, TooWhen cats Boris and Anastasia vacation, they prefer to stay in a deluxe three-story suite, dine on tuna mackerel and lobster consommé, and spend their time on an iPad.
Former 41-Pound Fat Cat In Texas Slims Down To 19 PoundsA former 41-pound cat dubbed Skinny has lost more than half of his weight to become the darling of a Dallas veterinary clinic.
CBS Sister Station WCCO Introduces "Weather With A Cat"CBS sister station WCCO in Minnesota occasionally takes a step off the beaten path to report the weather. Weather maven Matt Brickman has introduced, "Weather -- With a Cat!"
Free Spay & Neutering At HSNTThe Humane Society of North Texas is offering a way to spay and neuter your pets for free starting today. JD Ryan is Around Town with the de-TAILS
Duncanville Woman "Facebook Shamed" After Leaving Animal Clinic A Bad ReviewOne Duncanville woman says she was socially skewered after a trip to an animal clinic.
Fort Worth Firefighters Use Oxygen To Save CatCat survives smoke inhalation after firefighters give her oxygen via a mask.
27-Year-Old Donates All Scratch-Off Ticket Winnings To Animal ShelterA 27-year-old who won $500 on a scratch-off lottery ticket, is giving all his winnings to the city shelter at Dallas Animal Services.
Cats Take Over Fort Worth Apartment ComplexVolunteers are working to catch feral cats that have taken over a FW apartment complex.
Coyotes And Concern On Rise In Residential AreasThe Humane Society is offering a safety seminar on Nov. 13 in response an increase in coyote sightings in Dallas.

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