Vet Reveals What Pets Do In Their Final Moments

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Most pet owners plan on being by their pet's side when they go. Surprisingly, there are some who don't want to be there when it happens.
It's understandable that a person who loves their pet wouldn't want to watch them die, but at the same time, how can an owner leave them to die on their own? If you think it doesn't matter or that your pet doesn't know or care if you are there or not, think again. The Hillcrest Veterinary Hospital recently shared a post from a vet, and it's heartbreaking. The vet shared what happens when a pet is euthanized or left to die and how they look for their owners in their final moments. It's a tough read but a necessary one for any pet owner. Via: Animal Channel

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Thoughts of Cat is a Twitter Page We Need Right Now

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For all the cat lovers out there (or just people who also like animals), this cat is putting its thoughts on Twitter. And it's AMAZING! True to the cat persona, you'll LOL at what this cat has on its mind! 

Want more? Check Out Twitter

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Lost Narwhal Becomes 'One of the Boys' After a Pod of Beluga Whales Adopts It

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Recently, it was discovered that a narwhal (who was more than 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) south of its normal range) seems to have been adopted by a group of belugas. And apparently, the narwhal has been observed with the belugas for nearly three years in North America's St. Lawrence River!

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