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Why do cats and dogs get the zoomies?

By Susan Hazel, Associate Professor, School of Animal and Veterinary Science, University of Adelaide
Ana Goncalves Costa, PhD student, University of Adelaide
Julia Henning, PhD Candidate, University of Adelaide
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A proposed scientific name is frenetic random activity periods (FRAPs). In rabbits, these high activity periods are called ‘binkies’. But many cat and dog-owners simply call them ‘zoomies’.The Conversation

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