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People Share The Most Wholesome Animal Facts They Know
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Most of the wild kingdom is far more ingenious and kind than us.

And when they do get "snippy," it's usually in reaction to humans.

They share food, build one another home, and will adopt lost creatures from another family.

We have a lot to learn from them.

Redditor pancakebunny15 wanted to discuss the best knowledge that can be shared about animal kingdom. They asked:

"What is a wholesome animal fact you know?"
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We all love our pets. Which makes it all the more frustrating when a business or location doesn’t allow us to bring them in with us. Frustrating as this is, it is also understandable, as these places are considering people who might be allergic. While other places might be considering the health and safety of […] More
Veterinarians Explain Which Things Pet Owners Neglect The Most
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For the most part, our pets get treated extremely well. They are fed, bathed, played with, cooed over, and are treated like part of the family.

Some pets get even more comforts awarded to them, such as luxurious beds, copious amounts of toys, and amazing food. My best friend rents a three-bedroom apartment just so her dog and cat can have their own rooms!

However, sometimes we're not always the best caretakers. Most of us don't intend to neglect our pets or any part of their care. However, a combination of unfounded internet advice, our pet's favorable reactions, and sometimes even plain old hubris, lead us to make decisions that aren't in the best interest of our furry friends.

Luckily, veterinarians are here to tell us the proper way to care for our pets.

This is all thanks to Redditor Feeling2Leafy who asked:

"Veterinarians of Reddit, what do pet owners ignore the most?"
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People Break Down Which Things Everyone Should Stop Buying Immediately
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Fast fashion is terrible for the environment, one of the largest polluters of clean water globally because of its all too common use of cheap, toxic textile dyes.

It also places producers under more and more pressure to manufacture more and more clothes on masse–the people working in the factories that make this stuff are being paid a pittance, contributing to much of the wealth inequality in less developed nations.

Additionally, it's estimated that the textiles industry produces 1.2 billion tonnes of CO2 per year and that just two percent of all fast fashion emissions can be reduced through recycling. Ouch. Time to change habits, right?

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People Share The Best Tips Everyone Should Know Before Adopting A Cat
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Cats are fascinating creatures.

Obligate carnivores, it's a tiny predator in your home.

But cats aren't for everyone.

People should make an informed decision before inviting one of these tiny tigers into their home.

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