Podcast: Dogs… In… Space…, Pet Costumes, And Halloween (Oh Yeah, and Mark Wahlberg)

Happy Halloween, Manimals!

Matt

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4 comments on “Podcast: Dogs… In… Space…, Pet Costumes, And Halloween (Oh Yeah, and Mark Wahlberg)

  1. France launched a black and white stray tomcat of the Paris streets on October 18, 1963

    Felix the Cat France launched a black and white stray tomcat of the Paris streets on October 18, 1963, on Veronique AGI sounding rocket No. 47 from the Hammaguir test range in Algeria. Was it a male named Felix. Or a female named Felicette? Whichever, it was the first cat in space as the capsule in the rocket’s nose cone separated at 120 miles altitude and descended by parachute. Electrodes in the cat’s brain transmitted neurological impulses to a ground station. The cat was recovered. Another cat flight on October 24, 1963, failed and was not recovered. Flights were directed by France’s Centre d’Enseignement et de Recherches de Medecine Aeronautique (CERMA).

  2. Requesting more lovin’ on Bear, please! Although he is not burdened with an abundance of intelligence, he’s very lovable and he poops outside. I wholeheartedly support Matt’s point-of-view that it is cruel and inhumane to dress animals up in any way. Like it’s so clever to dress your Daschhound as a hot dog! Pah-leeze. Great broadcast once you got into the content. Love, Mare

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