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GRIEVING BEHAVIOR IN DOGS AND CATS

A recent owner-reported study funded by Morris Animal Foundation found that dogs and cats undergo behavioral changes after another animal in the home dies. “Both dogs and cats were reported to demand more attention from their owners and/or display affiliative behavior, as well as spend time seeking out the deceased pet’s favorite spot,” noted the study, which appeared in Animals 2016.

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