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Felis Sylvestris Catus: Cat’s are People Too

an article written by Nicole Neu-Yagle The cat, Felis sylvestris catus,  is an obligate carnivore that has evolved in a desert environment. Evidence of this can be found in archaeological records, and can be noted from their inability to synthesis taurine (found in raw, fresh meat) and a lack of a strong thirst drive coupled […]

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“Farmed & Dangerous” satirical series by Chipotle

Yer doin’ it right, Chipotle! Chipotle launched a four part satire called “Farmed and Dangerous” on Hulu, poking fun at the “outrageously twisted and utterly unsustainable world of industrial agriculture.” I was expecting it to be kind of a food documentary with a comedian as a host, or something lame like that.  But, it’s actually […]

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Pet Food Mythology

These days, whether you are shopping for pet food or human food, it’s likely that you are using a much more complex selection process than people did just five years ago.  Not long ago people got most of their information about food from the front of the package, from a TV commercial, a magazine ad, […]

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