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    Dogs Are A Great Pet

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    Great Pets to Own There are so many types of animals that would be a wonderful pet, but I found that a cat, dog, hamster, and fish are the top ones that people choose to adopt. So why are these cute little pets the ones to be chosen? Here’s why Cats are a great pet because most are easy to take care of. When it comes to cats, you don’t need to take them outside to use the bathroom, all you need is a litter-box and a week or two and they be good to go. Most cats learn fairly easy to use the litter-box which is great if you don’t have a lot of time to teach them. Cats love to play especially kittens and you don’t need much to play with them, they will usually play with just a string or a laser light that they can chase around the room. As they get older they…

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    The “General Review of the Sex Situation” by Dorothy Parker and “Pie Dance” by Molly Giles, provide the readers with a comparison of a woman’s way of loving with a man. Both the poem and short story illustrate the male wrongdoings towards a woman by a woman’s sharp wit, humor, and pointed cynicism. Parker demonstrates the dominance of a man in a relationship. The opening two lines of the poem express the differences of a man’s faith to a woman by the a/a rhyme scheme: Woman wants monogamy; Man…

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    Essay On Cat Litter

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    There are many types of cat litters. When you are trying to choose one for your cat, you may find yourself wondering which the best is. Basically, cat litters fall into three distinct categories. There are clay, silica and biodegradable litters. The best litter for your cat will depend on the results you want. Clay litters are the oldest type and are still widely used. Clay is used because of its ability to absorb liquids. The clay litter can absorb its weight in cat urine, and also has some…

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    One may be turned off to the idea of adopting a cat because of bad experience or was told they are mean pets to own. While this is dependant on how any pet is raised, certain elements can be adopted from each side to benefit each pet owner. For example, if a dog owner were to adopt a cat, a benefit to that would be teaching responsibility. For instance, not every dog owner picks up their dogs waste, a cat owner has to clean the litter box every so often because cats like to have a clean…

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    I personally believe, however, that dogs have much more to offer than cats do. Dogs are better than cats for many reasons, including the general friendliness. They will always try to make you happy no matter the breed. Additionally, cats may be smarter, but that doesn't mean you don't have to clean up their excrements in litter boxes. Haven’t you ever walked into someone's house and been greeted by a big dog hopping on you like it's a puppy or a small dog barking in frivolous excitement.…

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    Littering is what pollutes the earth. Fast food wrappers and cigarette butts are the most commonly littered items and 50% of the time the litterer doesn’t even realize he/she is doing it (EPA, 2016). By throwing the trash in a garbage and bottle and cans in the recycle bin instead of out the window, the amount of pollution that is affecting our water sources and wildlife will decrease. This will also save time and money spent on trying to clean the litter up. Also, not only will using a garbage…

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    the looks of his and Dr. Jeruss’s costumes, it not only amuses the readers, but also makes a statement on how passionate Barry and Dr. Jeruss are about not littering. The costumes show that the two grown men hated litter enough to wear outlandish costumes, go out in public with said costumes, and correct each litter bug that they saw. Next, Barry describes the actions of Captain Tidy and Neatness man when he writes, “...We spent the day cruising the streets, when we saw people litter, we’d leap…

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    When the letter arrived from my neighbour's lawyer about my children littering the mutual driveway with candy wrappers, it was the beginning of a six year legal and emotional battle. My kids, 12, 11 and 7 would not have discarded trash on the driveway, not because they are such “good” individuals but that I would make them pick up anything they threw away instead of disposing it in the garbage. From the time they were toddlers they understood ....not to litter. Even if they decided to litter…

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    Analysis: Littering Look around. Everywhere litter can be discovered. Highways, forests, even playgrounds. It can be assumed that the higher the population the higher the pollution. Many people are guilty of the common crime, whether they admit it or not. What does this say about the people who litter? Looking at the advertisement provided, it shows the extent of their laziness. All in the entire article happens to attack people who throw trash on the ground no matter the size, or location.…

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    Choosing Lots Case Study

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    Every decision you make, you have to think of the consequences of your decision. You have to think about what would make the best profit, but what wouldn’t close local businesses. Members of the board of the regional transit authority need to decide what lot they should build a bus terminal. After reading the case “Choosing Lots,” the just resolution in this situation would be to put the bus terminal in lot C. The definition of justice is fairness. When making their decision about where the bus…

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