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Dog food made from insects, snakes used as torture, and legally recognising animals’ feelings are news items this week. Mark finishes off the news with a story about smart birds – so what happened to the phrase ‘bird brained’?
Our main topic is remembrance – dealing with the body after the death of a loved pet. Mark and Brendan talk about options for clients including burial, cremation, and memorial jewellery.
Dog food made from insects to go on sale in UK for first time
In an Australian first, the ACT may legally recognise animals’ feelings
Live snake used to ‘torture’ police suspect in Indonesia
New Caledonian crows smart enough to plan three steps ahead to solve tricky problem
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