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Cat lovers all over the world — and those who have to live with them — can finally breathe a sigh of relief. Researchers in Taiwan have cracked the cat's equivalent of cold fusion-non-smelling cat feces.
Although it is not exactly the smell of roses, they found that cat litters fed with silkworm pupa are far less harmful.
In addition to smell, a natural by-product of silk production can also eliminate harmful intestinal bacteria.
Whether 8 out of 10 cats prefer cod is another matter, but in testing, they eagerly ate the delicious sticky insects flavored with tuna, milkfish, and chicken.
Cats always seem to reveal more than they reveal.
Now we know they did.
Japanese scientists have discovered that they seem to track their owners mentally around the house, imagining exactly where they are, "imagining something invisible in their minds".
In India, a left-wing party hopes to "end hatred" with a perfume called "fragrance of brotherhood, love and socialism."
The Samajwadi party hopes to replace the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, India's most populous state-the inflammatory Hindu monk Yogi Adityanath of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-notorious for his rants against Muslims.
"When you use it, the anger and hatred in the air will be defeated," Samajwadi MP Pushpraj Jain said of the perfume, which bears the same harmless bicycle logo.
Although these ambitions may seem far-fetched, they are not more wishful thinking than the Bharatiya Janata Party. They invested millions of dollars to make smells and potions from cow dung and urine. Some Hindus believe they have magical properties. .
Our hearts are with the Peruvian family. They were sold a puppy. They thought it was a Siberian Husky, but it turned out to be an Andean fox.
"They said it was a wolfhound," said Marie Bel Sotello, who bought the animal for her daughter.
"It eats normally like any dog, but as it grows, it is clear that it is not a dog."
When the neighbor’s guinea pigs and ducks began to disappear, he pointed his finger at Runrun, and he—worthy of the name—continued to run.
After devouring 15 guinea pigs and 6 chickens in the last blowout before his arrest, he is now finally imprisoned at the Lima Zoo-where he has become a star attraction.
A marathon low-speed car chase through Los Angeles has become the longest car TV commercial ever.
The audience who watched the live broadcast marveled at the fuel economy of the Chevrolet Malibu because it was chased by the police for 6 hours driving in the city, and its tires can continue to drive for a long time after being punctured by a police stud.
The fleeing driver shuttled in the traffic until the puncture reduced his speed to that of a snail, thus trying to escape the police. Fearing that he had weapons, the police were reluctant to use barricades, so the chase continued until late at night, until the edge of the wheel finally fell off.
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