In the June 2013 issue of Burlington Reports, Burlington discusses animals’ ability to sense emotions, pain or illness in humans, as well as:

In this issue:

  • Did You Know? Interesting facts about some of the wild relatives of our pet cats, dogs, hamsters, and rabbits
  • Burlington The Cat On Animal Intuition
  • Humor – Q&A Jokes For The Kid In All Of Us
  • Summer Dangers and Year-Round Dangers
  • Squirty’s Words . . . From The Rainbow Bridge: Night Vocalization
  • Questions to ask the shelter staff before taking your new pet home

Please share your questions or comments below. Start a discussion about something you read in the newsletter, or join an existing discussion. Do you have a question or story to share for our “Squirty’s Words . . . From The Rainbow Bridge” column? You can do that here: Share with Squirt.

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