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Photo: Pet Wednesday - Katie Becker

Katie Becker's cat Charlie loves listening to WFIU on his ear buds.

WFIU often covers stories about our favorite animal friends. Check out the links below and don’t miss the WFIU staff pet gallery.

From Earth Eats:

Is Your Dog Eating Better Than You?

What Overweight Pets Can Tell Us About Obesity

How To: Homemade Doggie Treats

From A Moment Of Science:

Do Cats Rule While Dogs Drool

The Fluffy Science Of Cute

Owning A Pet Is Beneficial To Your Health

10 Awesome Things To Know About Your Pet 

From Community Minute:

Monroe County Humane Association

City Of Bloomington Animal Care And Control

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