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84,989. Do cats and dogs have some kind of a mystical sixth sense? Could cats and dogs have supernatural powers? Or can the answer be found in straight-forward science? Weird or What? Grim Reapers
9,360. A surfer was attacked by a great white shark. Incredibly he survived thanks to the intervention of dolphins – did they intentionally risk their lives to save a human’s? Is it possible to smell death? Across America domestic pets acted as prophets of doom accurately predicting when someone would die. (Death & Dolphins & Pets) ibid.
9,361. Can cats and dogs sense impending death? (Death & Pets) ibid.
84,990. Beyond a heightened sense of smell dogs, cats and some other mammals have an extra sixth sense in the form of a tiny organ called the Vomeronasal. This organ which has not been found in humans is acutely attuned to pheromonal activity. ibid.
84,988. I hate a word like ‘pets’: it sounds so much
Like something with no living for its own. Elizabeth Jennings, My Animals 1966
84,991. Really loving them – that might be a little bit of bullshit. Penn & Teller, Bullshit! Pet Love s4e6
105,717. Inspiration of the pet cemetery business – a story that probably leads me back many years … The interest I got was just phenomenal, it was just great. Gates of Heaven, 1978, Floyd
105,718. Every type of animal: we had snakes, rats, we had monkeys, chickens, hamsters … if that animal, you love it and you want to give it a proper burial, that’s your business, you bury that pet ’cause you love that. ibid.
105,719. How you miss them, and how you lay awake at night and I feel around for her … and then you remember she is gone. ibid. owner
105,720. Dead pets face eviction from Los Altos graves. ibid. newspaper article
105,721. 450 Dead Pets Going to Napa Valley. ibid. San Francisco Chronicle
110,617. I was in safari in the suburbs on the trail of wild animals and wild animals owners who have turned dangerous jungle creatures into human companions. Despite their risks there is a large and growing population of exotic animals who make their homes here in America. Louis Theroux: America’s Most Dangerous Pets, BBC 2011