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Every year in June, we celebrate National Take Your Cat to Work Day, a holiday most cats wish we’d forget, but there are some cats who do work every day. 

Office cats are becoming more popular than ever, and you can ask a shelter about adopting a cat that would be a good office companion.

KJ McGlinn, host of the KJ Today Show, introduced us to an office cat named Grayson.

You can ask a shelter about adopting a cat that would be a good office companion.

3 Benefits to Having an Office Cat: 

Meet some of Indy’s hardest working cats:

Should you take your own cat to work?

The answer is, only if the cat is social, enjoys being around other people, will enjoy the experience and has your employers approval.

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Longtime WISH-TV personality and fan favorite Patty Spitler announced that she has officially beat breast cancer on “Life.Style.Live!” Tuesday.

This was her first time discussing her diagnosis publicly, and Spitler says when she was diagnosed, WISH-TV veteran meteorologist and cancer survivor Randy Ollis was the first person she confided in. The two have been friends for nearly 40 years.

During today’s interview Spitler shared her initial reaction to her diagnosis, why she’s opening up to the public now, her advice to the world and more.

Watch the video above to hear from her.

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It’s a Great Day for Great Day TV! Patty Spitler, WISH-TV contributor, joined us today to share the new of her monumental media milestone! She’s celebrating the 100th episode of Great Day TV.

In honor of this achievement, Patty is taking a look back at some of her viewers favorite stories.

Today, we took a look at her emotional and uplifting interview with WISH-TV’s Randy Ollis after he beat cancer in 2017.

Great Day TV is seen every weekend on WISH-TV and statewide.

You can watch more of this Great Day TV interview at the link below:

Some of the most common issues dog owners have is them barking, chewing and digging.

Patty Spitler of Great Day TV and Pet Pals TV joined us today along with Nathan Lowe, the Indy Dog Whisperer, to explain why dogs park at certain things, why they may chew on things they aren’t supposed to, and why they dig up the yard.

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Great Danes, they aren’t the most easy to take care of breed. They also come with a lot of health issues, but if you like big dogs, they may be the breed for you. Patty Spitler of Pet Pals TV and Tyler Sheller, Great Dane Enthusiast, joined us today to share how you can know if this is the case! Know your breed.. not easy to care for

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Miniature Schnauzer, Ollie, is making a big name for himself! He’s a therapy dog, and he does amazing tricks. We were able to see a few of them as he and his owner joined us today alongside Pet Pals TV’s Patty Spitler.

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The Grateful Rescue & Sanctuary is a place filled with sad stories turned good. Today we learned about the stories of Pixy and Lela who joined Pamela Terhune, founder of Grateful Rescue and Patty Spitler of Pet Pals TV today.

Terhune also shared new updates as the non-profit animal rescue looks ahead to breaking ground for their new sanctuary.

This weekend Grateful Rescue is holding a virtual bingo game called Valentine’s Night Bingo, a fundraiser for the animal rescue. Participants can go to and sign up for a free bingo card. The live bingo show starts at 8:00 p.m. on Valentines Night. 

Celebrity guests include Patty Spitler and KJ the Kitty Correspondent.

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Dogs love to fetch tennis balls, and their fun could win you a prize.

Patty Spitler of Pet Pals TV joined us today to explain how Grateful Rescue in Muncie and police are teaming up for a fundraiser.

It’s called Fetch, and it’s coming up September 12th.

Grateful Rescue has chosen four police K9’s to fetch tennis balls that you purchase as a donation.

You can buy tennis balls here.

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Food and Drug Administration recently announced some dog foods are concerning for canine health.

Tom Dock from Noah’s Animal Hospitals stopped by the Daybreak studios with Patty Spitler of Pet Pals TV to talk about the concerns.

“Over the last two to three years what we’ve noticed is there are a lot of dogs being diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy,” explained Dock.

Dock explained the medical issue gives a dog’s heart a “limp balloon” effect, meaning it’s not working properly.

Dock said a grain-free diet could be a link to the medical issue, but it’s too soon to tell.

Scientists are continuing to study the affects of different diets on canine health.

Click the video to learn more about the health concerns related to certain dog foods.