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Japanese cat "Ebisu" may be the world's first literal copycat

Japanese cat "Ebisu" may be the world's first literal copycat

In Ichinomiya, Japan, researchers have shown that a Japanese cat named "Ebisu" can imitate the actions of her owner - literally a "copycat".

Ebisu's owner, Fumi Higaki, runs a pet store in Japan where she runs regular dog training classes. Read on for the video of Ebisu in action.

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New pork bone broth drink for dogs launches

New pork bone broth drink for dogs launches

US Beer manufacturer Busch has launched a new dog product - "Busch Dog Brew" - a healthy drink designed for dogs, with no alcohol included of course.

Dog Brew isn’t a meal replacement as such. It can be served on its own (between meals), or over food, or to soften hard food.

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Antiviral medicine used to treat cat coronavirus also works against COVID-19

Antiviral medicine used to treat cat coronavirus also works against COVID-19

Researchers at the University of Alberta, USA, are preparing to launch clinical trials of a drug used to cure a deadly disease caused by a coronavirus in cats that they expect will also be effective as a treatment for humans against COVID-19.

The drug is a protease inhibitor that interferes with the virus's ability to replicate, thus ending an infection.

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An active lifestyle reduces fearfulness in dogs

An active lifestyle reduces fearfulness in dogs

A study by the University of Helsinki in Finland has found that the more dogs are engaged in activities and the more diverse experiences and canine friends they have, the less fearful they are in new situations and environments.

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"Tank" the cat is reunited with his family after going missing for five months

"Tank" the cat is reunited with his family after going missing for five months

A family from Narooma, NSW, Australia have been joyfully reunited with their pet cat after he fled the family home as bushfires threatened their community.

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