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12 Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Cats

Valentine's Day is coming up, which means it's time to get into the spirit with your kitty friend. Indulge your cat with adorable toys, treats, collars and gift baskets. Hey, there's no such thing as over-spoiling a cat (at least, not in our book). Check out these great gift ideas for your purr-fect someone now.…

Horse & Dog Smooch

These two just cannot get enough of each other. Related: Dog & Fish Kiss Mini Horse Meets Cat Horse & Dog Play Tag The Cutest Unlikely Animal Friendships:...

Hazel the schnauzer and Wrigley the black lab mix mean everything to Harriet Buscombe. The dogs protect her on her pre-dawn runs around her Champaign, Ill., neighborhood, but mostly they make her feel great. "My children are grown now and having dogs around keeps me 'still a mom' in many respects," Buscombe said in an email interview. "I always feel a lot better - like all of my problems have lessened - because I have spent times with my dogs." The loving link between baby boomers like 49-year-old Buscombe and their pets is well documented. Boomers - typically defined as the generation born from 1946 through 1964 - are a major reason why Americans' spending on the likes of food,...

Heidi Weber Nearly every dog owner will tell you that their pet gives them unconditional love. But in some cases, dogs also help their owners find unconditional love. The scene for this canine-inspired matchmaking? That playground for schnauzers and singles alike: the local dog park. According to Mary Lee Nitschke, a Linfield College psychology professor who specializes in human-animal bonds, pets naturally increase your odds of meeting people. This makes the dog park a particularly fitting setting for romance -- and not just around Valentine's Day. "Someone walking a dog is more likely to have opportunities for social interaction," says Nitschke. "Pets attract comments, and that opens...

Sea otters Nyack and Milo sure look like they're in love. Check out this video. Some say otters hold hands as survival to keep from drifting apart in wild waters but others insist these two are an item. The video was actually filmed in Canada more than five years ago but continues to circle the web as a classic clip. Nyack's no stranger to TV cameras... she's a bit of a celebrity. She first made headlines after surviving the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska back in '89. Looks like true love to us. What do you think?...