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The Feline Mystique: Decoding Your Cat with guests James Serpell, Carlo Siracusa and Steven Wise

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In this episode, we chat with noted authors and professors James Serpell and Carlo Siracusa about understanding cat behavior and the unique challenges faced by cat lovers. Steven Wise of the Nonhuman Rights Project also drops by to update us on the latest court rulings seeking to win legal status for animals.
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The Other Animals, hosted by Laurent Levy, is Philadelphia’s only radio show covering all things animal related that looks at the fascinating and inconsistent way humans deal with and impact non-humans. Each week we explore a different topic in depth.

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