Dark, but cute post from Ray, with an added bonus of great music and a link to a blogger who sadly died in February 2017. It’s well worth a look at Gerard Vlemming’s site, if only his last full post on 9th February, just before his death on 25th.
A little dark, but cute nonetheless. This is what it might look like if the tables were turned for a day. (This photo came from the late Gerard Vlemmings, who was a blogging visonary with his The Presurfer Blog.)
What would they be listening to as they opened their humans? Trans Siberian Orchestra, of course. (I’ve seen them live on three occasions. By far, the best shows I have ever been to and you should catch them if you can)
A great story here from Nan’s Farm. Well worth a read – and a follow!
Part One – The Sheep
We’ve all done those trips down memory Lane haven’t we? My own trips often include the cast of ‘All Creatures Great and Small’. Sheep, pet lambs, goats, ponies, cats, dogs, chickens, rabbits, hamsters and a couple of parrots that all became part of our family.
Right now, it’s the beginning of August and as usual at this time of year, the lambs have been separated from the yews and have been moved a mile up the hill to fresh grazing. I enjoy watching the lambs grow and still feel a twinge of sadness when it’s time for them to move on, their mothers however, appear to get over it in less than twenty four hours!
When our children were young we all looked forward to springtime and the new lambs. It was a time when if we were lucky, we would have the opportunity to bottle feed the pet…
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For animal lovers everywhere, a lovely tale to brighten your day, with maybe a little tear!
Look here where Kat Myrman has this wonderful challenge to tax our creative souls. Just take her photo prompt and write a story, inspired by it, in 140 characters or fewer.
Here is this week’s prompt:
and my 2 attempts:
Sophie, the dementia care cat, knew that she may be roughly handled, she didn’t mind. She’d seen too many come and go, but loved them all!
Claude had been a faithful companion to Mary for 15 years. This was the best lap in the world. Together they breathed a last contented sigh!
Just love this, and the name is fantastic.
Check out the post and you could win one of these super loos!
Some of you may remember that a long time ago our little Zelda reviewed the Poopoopeedo Cat Toilet / Cat shelter by SinDesign!
Well today we are back for a fun little competition sponsored by them. 😀
One of you will be able to win a Poopoopeedo in a colour of your choice! No costs involved whatsoever. 😉
For those of you that prefer not to wait to get your paws on one of these you can also get a 20% discount from now on until the 31st of August with the voucher code : KATZENWORLD on www.sindesign.com.
So how can you win your Poopoopeedo? There are a couple of ways of entering! and we have explained the available methods below:
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Introducing my singing cat, Daisy.
I aspire to a choir, but can’t sing!
My desire just gets higher, here’s the thing;
It’s a fire I can’t quench,
‘cause the leader’s a wench,
and I’d dearly love to join and have a fling.
‘Twas lovely to see great aunt Beryl
she didn’t have kids, she was sterile
instead she kept bats
and dozens of cats
but unfortunately most were quite feral