Animal Radio

Animal Radio Episode 900

March 3, 201780 min
Catty with Paula Poundstone
Comedian Paula Poundstone (Wait, Wait…Don't Tell Me!) is back to explain why she's not a "crazy cat lady," despite her menagerie of 14 cats. While there aren't a lot of "sure-things" in this world, Paula is pretty sure she won't be getting her deposit back when she moves out.

Amy Holland Passionate About Adoption
The Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, and wife of Michael McDonald, Amy Holland is our special guest along with her pup, "Tulip." Ladybug The Animal Radio Studio Stunt Dog loves her new album with David Crosby and her hubby. You will too.

Tax Credit for Pet Adoption
A bill introduced in the Oregon Senate would allow a tax credit of up to $100 for someone who adopts a dog or cat from an animal rescue facility. Senate Bill 326 would provide a credit for qualified adoption expenses, including adoption fees, vaccinations, spaying or neutering and micro-chipping. Opponents of the proposal say, "SB 326 creates a new tax credit, despite the fact that the state has a current budget shortfall of $1.8 billion dollars."

Do Pets Grieve For Other Pets?
The impact of the loss of a pet in some people is as great as the loss of a human. A new study indicates that our cats and dogs also grieve after the loss of a furry-sibling. Cats seemed to be needier after the death of another family pet. 40% demanding more affection. 36% of cats sought out the deceased favorite spot. Almost half of the cats had a change in vocalization behavior.

Labrador Falling Out of Favor in U.K.
The Labrador is no longer the top dog in Britain; it's now the French Bulldog, which is a celebrity favorite for David Beckham and Lady Gaga. It will be the first time the Labrador Retriever will have been knocked off the top spot in 27 years. The Lab has been the most popular dog breed in the UK since 1990, the year it overtook the Yorkshire Terrier.

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