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David H. Grimm, deputy news editor at Science and the author of Citizen Canine: Our Evolving Relationship with Cats and Dogs (PublicAffairs, 2014), talks about how our attitudes toward cats and dogs have changed over time and what their status as surrogate family members could mean for us and for other animals.
Tuesday, February 04, 2014
By Robert Krulwich : Host, Radiolab
Living with a pet is usually a pleasure, but now and again, it isn't. Fate hands you the wrong animal, but it's your animal, so what can you do? You try to love it. This tale of a boy and his parrot is a hard case. Even on its way to parrot heaven, it creates trouble.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
By Annmarie Fertoli : Associate Producer at WNYC
Turns out a Long Island cat who went missing for months was just catching up on some reading.
Thursday, October 03, 2013
Love your friends but hate their dog? Should you warn guests with allergies that you have a cat? Philip Galanes offers advice for dealing with pets in social situations. He's the New York Times Social Q’s columnist and author of Social Q's: How to Survive the Quirks, Quandaries and Quagmires of Today.
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Wednesday, August 21, 2013
For every lost cat poster, there’s a story of heartbreak and loss and, one hopes, reunion and relief. When her orange tabby, Zak, disappeared, Nancy Davidson did made a lost cat poster, and, after days of frantic searching, she found him. The experience made her acutely aware of lost cat posters, and she writes about them and the stories behind them in The Secrets of Lost Cats: One Woman, Twenty Posters, and a New Understanding of Love.