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Can you tell the difference between this cat and a leopard?


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8 Feb 2016

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A leopard has been reported to be terrorising Chelmsford in Essex, according to the local newspaper.

 

The paper published extracts of a letter which claims that a ‘huge’ wild cat was roaming the suburb....

The world's biggest rabbit has competition


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13 Apr 2015

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The world’s biggest bunny Darius is facing competition for his world record by a rabbit close to home - his son Jeff. Darius weighs a whopping three and a half stone and is 4ft 4in long! Jeff has six months left of growing to do and is not far behind at 3ft 8in....

Surge in number of UK pets prescribed antidepressants


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27 Mar 2015

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A growing number of pets are being fed antidepressants to reduce their stress while left home alone all day, vets have warned.

An estimated 80% of Britain’s pet dogs suffer from behavioural conditions, with many linked to being cooped up in an empty houses for hours at a time....

‘Don't buy or sell pets on Facebook or Gumtree' warns animal charity


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9 Mar 2015

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An animal charity has condemned pet owners who offload their unwanted cats and dogs on Facebook and Gumtree. 

 

Staff at Hull Animal Welfare Trust say that as many as seven pets a month are ending up at its South Cave shelter after being sold cheaply, or even given away, online....

Britons will spend more than £4.6bn on their pets this year


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30 Jan 2015

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Britons’ spending on pets will surpass £4.6bn for the first time in 2015 as animal lovers spoil their furry friends with quality diets, beauty treatments and designer outfits.

 

Total spending on pet care in the UK is set to reach a record high of £4.71bn this year, a 3% increase on last year’s £4.55bn and a growth of 25% since 2010....