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It's raining money and we learn why kittens purr!

WTVO / WQRF - It's raining money! Anti-Monsanto activists tossed about $2,000 worth of cash from the 5th floor balcony of a Senate office building this week in Washington D.C. Monsanto is a controversial agriculture and biotech company.  Organizers say that big money shouldn't dictate how Congress makes decisions.


And why do cats purr? Scientists say that purrs are similar to humans smiling but there's more to it than that, it's actually a way of self-healing.  The vibration of the purr is between 25 and 150 Hz which is the frequency at which cats grow and repair their bones.  So this may be why cats are said to have nine lives.

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