Millions of animals need human help during deep freeze
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The cold forced colleague Ashley Bogert to move her backyard rabbit, Mr. Bun-Buns, into her bathroom. "He loves it," she said, but she’s looking forward to getting the room back to herself.
Dr. Jeff Werber in balmy Southern California offered a few tips for helping pets de-stress after being cooped up indoors for a week — pheromone collars or a natural calming herb like California poppy, Valerian root, passion flower or chamomile.
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