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2009 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Season
... The 2009 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the 52nd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 60th overall ... The Tiger-Cats finished the season in second place in the East division with a 9–9 record and qualified for the Grey Cup playoffs for the first time since 2004 ...
Human Bonding - Human–animal Bonding
... as a connection between people and animals, domestic or wild be it a cat as a pet or birds outside one's window ... Germany, epileptic patients were given the prescription to spend time each day taking care of cats and dogs ... domesticated for functional use for example, dogs for herding and tracking, and cats for killing mice or rats ...
Mastocytoma - Cats
... Two types of mast cell tumors have been identified in cats, a mast cell type similar to dogs and a histiocytic type that appears as subcutaneous nodules and may ... Young Siamese cats are at an increased risk for the histiocytic type, although the mast cell type is the most common in all cats and is considered to be benign ... It is the third most common intestinal tumor in cats, after lymphoma and adenocarcinoma ...
Geobreeders - Were-Cats
... "changing cats" or "ghost cats" ... The origins of the were-cats are unknown ... he wants to create a position of power to force humans to allow were-cats to live unhindered ...
Leonor Fini - Life and Work
... preferred to live in a sort of community - A big house with my atelier and cats and friends, one with a man who was rather a lover and another who was rather a ... One of his jobs was to look after her beloved Persian cats ... The sphinx and cats play major parts in her paintings, as does the theme of 'the double' ...

Famous quotes containing the word cats:

    Authors like cats because they are such quiet, lovable, wise creatures, and cats like authors for the same reasons.
    Robertson Davies (b. 1913)

    At middle night great cats with silver claws,
    Bodies of shadow and blind eyes like pearls,
    Came up out of the hole, and red-eared hounds
    With long white bodies came out of the air
    Suddenly, and ran at them and harried them.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Pollicle dogs and cats all must
    Jellicle cats and dogs all must
    Like undertakers, come to dust.
    Here a little dog I pause
    Heaving up my prior paws,
    Pause, and sleep endlessly.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)