Paw preference tests can be fun
By: SUE MANNING - The Associated Press
The Associated PressEXIT LEFT: “Ni Hao the Stowaway Kitten From Shanghai,” uses his left leg to exit his cage to approach a toy at the Los Angeles County Animal Care Control Carson Shelter in Gardena, Calif., on Aug. 21. When a cat really wants something, tests show it uses its dominant ...
The Associated PressSOUTHPAW: Gil Moreno, manager at Los Angeles County Animal Care Control Carson Shelter, puts a protein gel on a dog’s nose to perform a right-handed-left-handed test with unnamed Chihuahuas in Gardena, Calif., on Aug. 21. The dogs seemed baffled by the test.