Daily Archive: Friday, June 9, 2017

Ever Thought A Loved One Was An Imposter? Thats The Capgras Delusion

Consider what it would be like to wake up one morning to find that a person who has been part of your life for years has been abducted. If that wasnt bad enough, an impostor who looks just like your loved one has taken their place. Subtle differences in appearance or behaviour betray the impostor.

Archaeologists Find 2,000-Year-Old Roman Tile Imprinted With A Perfect Cat Paw

At a construction site in the UK, builders discovered a curious and rather adorable sample of Roman life in Britain: a 2,000-year-old tile that was perfectly imprinted with a cat paw, serving as further evidence that cats have been curious jerkshellbent on annoying their humans for at least two millennia. The red clay roof tile

China implements new one-dog-per-household rule

Image: Shutterstock / dezi After China’s lifting of its longstanding one-child policy, it’s started to put in a one-dog policy. A couple of cities in China have introduced restrictions on dog ownership, allowing each household to only have one dog. SEE ALSO: China ending its one-child policy won’t change the sad reality for parents Qingdao,

Family throws extravagant quinceaera for 15-year-old feline

Pets are a part of our families, and we will go to the end of the earth and beyond to make them feel that way. So, when Luna the cat from Charlotte, North Carolina, turned 15 (!!), she got the party she always dreamed of: an extravagant, pink quinceaera. A quinceaera is a celebration of