Here is my first poll. What I’d like to know is what snack would you buy yourself at the cinema. If it’s other don’t forget to comment below. Thanks
Hey guys sorry I haven’t posted in awhile. A lot of things have happened since I last posted. For starters over the summer I went to Italy for 2 weeks with my family. We stayed in a villa in a town that was close to the tower of Pisa. The weather was very hot and perfect for sunbathing weather. We saw many different landmarks including the Roman stadium and the Tower of Pisa.
I have also got another Part-Time job which means more money for me to spend as I please. I have also taken up a new hobbies such as adult coloring which can be quite relaxing if you’ve had a stressful time at work or just need a bit of me time. And you don’t need a good artist but you just have to remember to color in between the lines.
As it’s been awhile. I have a few ideas that maybe posted in the near future and I’m willing to share any blog posts that I may find interesting for anyone to read. But timing is everything so just bear with if I take awhile to post.
Have a nice, Oh and a Happy New Year (Yes, I know its late)
Please find some important tips from the vets over at the PDSA team for the current heatwave. (At least we have one here in the UK :o)
Pets can’t tell us when they’re too hot or uncomfortable in their fur coats, so it’s important for us to ensure they remain happy and healthy in the heat. PDSA Vet Vicki Larkham has put together ten top tips for pet owners:
- Never leave pets in cars, conservatories or caravans. Not even for just a few minutes. Even on a cloudy day the temperature can rise very quickly, and you may end up being away for longer than you anticipated. Heatstroke can be fatal and every year we hear sad stories of pets that have died. For more information see the national campaign Dogs Die in Hot Cars.
- Provide plenty of fresh, clean water. Pets need constant access to this, so…
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Jerry asked me to post this video after we both had come across it via different sources. I remember my own animals’ reactions to the mirror – we had a large one on the floor propped up against a wall once upon a time, and on various occasions a resident felid or canid would pass by and notice themselves. The cats didn’t seem to be interested or impressed (are they ever?). One of our wolf-descendants tried to threaten the mirror in all earnestness and required a fair amount of tender aftercare to reassure him that the monster in mirror was gone. Another spent a great deal of time investigating behind the mirror (smart girl) and worrying why she couldn’t find anyone there. Our four-footed cousins are a lot like us.
2DayFM Australia has some background:
Innovative French photographer Xavier Hubert Brierre travelled to Gabon with his wife…
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