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One Third of Pet-Owning Parents Prefer Their Furry Friends over Their Kids

The poll never lies, which could be bad news for human kids.
According to a recent survey of 2,000 pet owners conducted by OnePoll on behalf pet food INOpets.com Anything for Pets Parents & Their Petscompany I and Love and You, 34% of pet-owning parents said their pet is their favorite child, beating out their own flesh and blood.
The survey found other examples of the power our perfect pets have over us: 78% of participants said they consider their pet to be a family member and 67% said their pet is their best friend.

Part of what makes a pet an ideal companion, according to the poll, is their ability to listen. Out of the pet owners surveyed, 54% believe their pet understands them better than their significant other or their human best friend.
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After reading these results, it makes sense that many pet owners love to pamper their furry friends. The I and Love and You survey found that 42% participants throw birthday parties for their pets and 41% spend less money on their own food to spend more on a meal for their pets.
Basically, people love their pets, and part of that is because pets are great at loving us in return.
By Kelli Bender @ People.com Pets

 

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INOpets.com Anything for Pets Parents & Their Pets Tasmanian Devil Endangered

Tasmanian Devil Endangered
by Laura Leigh Davidson
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You may know the Tasmanian devil as a cartoon character who speaks a crazy language of slobbery grunts. The true Tasmanian devil is a rare doglike animal that lives in Australia. Unfortunately, the devil is rapidly disappearing.

INOpets.com Anything for Pets Parents & Their Pets Polar Bear Protection Program

Polar Bear Protection Program
by Laura Leigh Davidson
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After months of consideration, the U.S. government has officially listed the polar bear as “threatened” under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne outlined the landmark decision on Wednesday.

INOpets.com Anything for Pets Parents & Their Pets Plight of the Penguins

Plight of the Penguins
by Laura Leigh Davidson
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The majestic Emperor penguins are facing a serious decline in population. As the climate of their home on the Antarctic Peninsula gets warmer, the ice on which the penguins raise their chicks is literally melting away.

INOpets.com Anything for Pets Parents & Their Pets When Elephants Fly

When Elephants Fly
by Laura Leigh Davidson
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Alaska’s only elephant makes her way to a new home in California after caretakers agreed that a warmer climate and living with other elephants could help her recover from worsening health problems.

INOpets.com Anything for Pets Parents & Their Pets Eagles Are Back

Eagles Are Back
by Karen Fanning
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For more than 30 years, the American bald eagle has been perched atop the list of Endangered Species. But the stately birds have made a magnificent comeback. Government officials announced that the eagle is no longer a threatened species.

INOpets.com Anything for Pets Parents & Their Pets Protecting Polar Bears

Protecting Polar Bears
by Karen Fanning
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The Bush administration took action last week to help the world’s shrinking polar bear population, announcing that the animals may soon be protected under the Endangered
Species Act.

INOpets.com Anything for Pets Parents & Their Pets Panda Power in D.C.

Panda Power in D.C.
by Michael Murphy
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The pandas in the nation’s capital have a new home! The Fujifilm Giant Panda Habitat and Asia Trail opens to the public on October 17. It provides more space for the panda family that lives at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C.

INOpets.com Anything for Pets Parents & Their Pets The Grizzly Bear is Back!

The Grizzly Bear is Back!
by Tiffany Chaparro
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After 30 years of federal protection, the Yellowstone grizzly bear will soon be removed from the endangered species list.

INOpets.com Anything for Pets Parents & Their Pets Why We Care

Why We Care
by Karen Fanning
Scholastic News Online | nullnull,null
An animal’s extinction can interfere with nature’s order and eventually harm people.
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