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And how about sign compatibility? You can (and should!) compare yours with your pup's. As Furiate explains to Bustle: "I am a firm believer that a dog (or other pet) that has a compatible zodiac sign or birth chart similar to our own will be a pet that we experience a deep love and connection toward." Is this not the cutest and best news ever? If you adopted your dog and don't know his or her birthday, no worries: You have options! Check records with the shelter you adopted from, as generally animals are assessed upon intake and given an age approximation, which could bring you pretty close. A veterinarian could also be useful in determining an approximate birth date. But if all else fails, go with your dog's "adoptaversary," or the date they came into your life. As astrologer Matthew Currie explained to Mashable , the day you adopted your dog may not be their actual birth date, but it was certainly a significant rebirth date, as it marked the start of their new life with you — so it's still absolutely relevant. Furiate expands on this concept, explaining to Bustle, "A birth chart is created at the exact moment an event takes place. This event may be the birth of a person or animal, the start of a new job, the beginning of a new relationship ...
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“We are deeply concerned about the inland flooding.” Florence would not be the first test of North Carolina manure pits, or “lagoons.” Sixteen lagoons flooded under the foot of rain that came with Hurricane Matthew in 2016. The southeast part of the state is expected to get more than twice that amount in the days ahead, said Bryce Link, a meteorologist at DTN Marine Weather, a forecasting service. There are 62 industrial hog farms within North Carolina’s 100-year floodplain, environmentalists estimate, and Duke Energy Corp has four coal ash sites in the coastal area touched by Florence. If excrement escapes from the lagoons where it is stored, it could potentially contaminate drinking water with bacteria like salmonella, which can cause digestive problems, and, in certain vulnerable patients cause E. coli. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is working with storm-struck states and is ready to respond to any breaches, a spokeswoman, Maggie Sauerhage, said. Animal feeding operations above a certain size need to be “designed and operated to handle the rainfall and runoff from 25-year 24-hour storms,” Sauerhage said in an emailed response to questions from Reuters. Even in the midst of a storm, these feeding sites must report leaks, she said. In North Carolina, hog and poultry waste pits make up 6,848 acres of land according to a report from the Environmental Working Group.https://www.reuters.com/article/us-storm-florence-pollution/florence-seen-testing-north-carolina-environmental-codes-on-toxic-hog-waste-idUSKCN1LV00S?feedType=RSS&feedName=domesticNews โหราศาสตร์ยูเรเนี่ยน