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Every day, One Green Planet brings you today’s top news. For those who don’t have a lot of time to look through the news each day, this will be a great resource and an easy way to catch up!

Here you’ll find different categories of news and links to each article published! Enjoy!

1. Alert Issued in Kent After String of Cats Shaved in Disturbing Attacks

Pet owners in Kent, UK, are urged to be vigilant after a series of unusual cat attacks. Over 50 incidents of cats shaved by hair clippers have been reported to an animal welfare organization in Medway since the beginning of December. This is not only an alarming situation but also risks the cats’ health and safety.

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2. Animal rights Activist Raises Questions about Humane Society of New York’s Pet Adoption Process

Animal rights activist Donny Moss is raising concerns about the pet adoption process at the Humane Society of New York. Moss claims that the organization is warehousing dogs and cats under the guise of COVID-19 and significant construction. According to Moss, some animals have been at the shelter for months and even years, making it virtually impossible for people to adopt them. Moss says he has spoken to dozens of people who have filled out lengthy adoption applications and have not heard back.

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3. Plant Power: How Eating 30 Plants a Week Can Boost Your Gut Health

Boosting gut health is a hot topic these days and for good reason. Having a healthy gut can improve your immune system, regulate hormones, and even boost your mood. But how can you achieve optimal gut health amid all the noise around the topic? The answer is simple: eat a diverse range of plants through an abundance mindset. According to Dr. Megan Rossi, a practicing dietitian and nutritionist, diversifying your plant intake is the key predictor of a healthy gut microbiome. The more plant variety you eat, the better.

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4. Wolverine Spotted on the Prowl in Oregon: A Rare Sighting Ignites Wildlife Enthusiasm

Exciting news for wildlife enthusiasts! For the first time in over 30 years, a wolverine has been spotted outside its usual range in Oregon. The elusive animal was sighted by two anglers fishing on the Columbia River near Portland, who took photos and submitted them to wildlife Conservation group Cascadia Wild and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. The groups were able to verify that the animal in the photos was indeed a wolverine.

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5. TikTok Takes a Stand Against Climate Misinformation and Promotes Safety with Updated Community Guidelines

TikTok, the social media platform with more than a billion users, has announced updates to its community guidelines that are aimed at making the app a safer and more secure environment for its users. The updates, which will go into effect on April 21, include new policies on AI and climate misinformation.

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6. ‘You Can’t Make This Up!’: Reddit User Explains Taurine Gets Added To Cat Food

Recently, a user on Reddit, u/_Tryonite_, posted in the r/vegan forum about how they had just found out that taurine gets added to cat food.

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7. Visualizing the Climate Crisis: Minerva Cuevas’ Artistic Approach to Holding Companies Responsible

Artist Minerva Cuevas is taking a different approach to visualize the climate crisis in her latest exhibition, “in gods we trust,” currently on display at Kurimanzutto’s New York outpost. Instead of the usual cliched images, Cuevas insists that Climate change be represented by the companies that are responsible for causing it, such as oil companies like Shell and financial institutions like Chase Bank.

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8. Dog Goes Viral For Crashing a High School Track Meet

A random dog has gone viral on TikTok after joining a school track race and running alongside the athletes. The video posted by @moesleemah_abrahams quickly racked up over 450,000 views.

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