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Cooking With Cats Coloring Book (and a giveaway)

4 The Love Of Animals

Do you love cats? What about food? Do you also like to color? This book combines all of those wonderful things together for a fun coloring experience! The cats take the cake in their “food cosplay”, such as cat sushi. … Continue reading →

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Compassionate Cooks Worth Visiting

Critter News

I really like this website for vegan cooking. Compassionate Cooks also has a podcast I used to subscribe to, but it was a bit overwrought for me. Still, they have a great website and they do important work.

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Collaborative List – 2022

10,000 Birds

Lucia Oriole (Saint Lucia) 4,133: Scaly-breasted Thrasher (Saint Lucia) 4,134: Lesser Antillean Swift (Saint Lucia) 4,135: Lesser Antillean Saltator (Saint Lucia) 4,136: Gray Trembler (Saint Lucia) 4,137: White-breasted Thrasher (Saint Lucia) 4,138: White-fronted Swift (Mexico) 4,139: Townsend’s Storm-Petrel (USA) 4,140: Cook’s Petrel (USA) (..)

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Collaborative List – Q3 2022

10,000 Birds

4,126: Cook’s Petrel (California, US). September: 82 checklists and 259 species. The 2022 year list is up to 1,188 species. The life list rises by 2 , to 4,126 species : 4,125: Townsend’s Storm-Petrel (California, US). Both of these birds were seen on my pelagic tour out of San Diego. Good Birding!

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How to pick food for your dog?

Reddit Animals

I want my cat to live a good life submitted by /u/Fickle-Cook-9798 [link] [comments] Do you guys buy pedigree food or generic from the store?

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Second of November 2020)

10,000 Birds

Nonetheless, November can really cook when the birding conditions are just right. November doesn’t fit any of the conventional narratives of birding seasons. This month doesn’t really resemble the migratory months or the more staid and settled spans of summer and winter.

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San Diego Pelagic

10,000 Birds

It was productive throughout (the official summary is here ) and the highlights were a Cook’s Petrel , several Black-footed Albatrosses and Least Storm-Petrels , as well as higher numbers of Red-necked Phalaropes , Pomarine and Long-tailed Jaegers , Craveri’s Murrelets , Sabine’s Gulls , Townsend’s Storm-Petrels , and Brown Boobies.

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