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Cats share relationship advice on new Web site

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Sante Fe, N.M. -- Humans are always trying to solve problems in the animal world, but now two frisky felines, Foxy and Sam, have launched their own Web site, The Cat's Guide to Love, to capitalize on the relationship advice market for the benefit of homeless or abused animals.

Sante Fe, N.M.

-- Humans are always trying to solve problems in the animal world, but now two frisky felines, Foxy and Sam, have launched their own Web site, The Cat's Guide to Love, to capitalize on the relationship advice market for the benefit of homeless or abused animals.

The two cats detail their relationship ups and downs and offer advice for understanding the opposite sex. The content of the Web site, www.catguidetolove.com, includes topics such as home and financial security, lifestyle choices, have a steamy relationship, and men versus women from a feline perspective.

In the introduction to the Web site, Foxy and Sam only ask that the free advice offered on the Web site be accessed in exchange for a donation to a local animal shelter or some involvement in helping homeless or abused pets. Links to sites that direct users to where they can help homeless pets are included.

Sam was adopted from Operation Kindness, a Texas no-kill shelter, when he was 3-months-old. Foxy joined him after Sam's family moved to Colorado after she appeared at their doorstep. Sam and Foxy's human, Cathy Grace, says it was love at first sight for the two. The cats now live with their family in New Mexico.

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