Meet Leo, our Tuesday’s Tails blog hop adoptable ginger cat. This time we DO have a real genuine cat in need of an home from Place for Cats NYC – and there is a tale attached…
This month copies of Rescued help Great Plains Rescue – and boy oh boy do these guys work hard. Faraday at one of our favourite blogs A Tonk’s Tail tells us one of the stories is about his predecessor Ryker, featured in the picture at the top of the blog……
This is Mum and I after enjoying some of our summer sun here in New Zealand for the Sunday Selfies…..
FINAL UPDATE :- Nemo passed away on Friday Morning 27th of February 2015. He had a lovely meal of organic free range chicken last night and took a short walk out in the fresh cool air of the garden. He left us on a sunny morning the kind of weather he enjoyed in our garden.
It’s been an awesome summer here in the Southern hemisphere with mum and dad enjoying some trips to the local beach up the Kapiti Coast …..
Mum is going to make a better go at recording the Mystery Quilt she is making this year, as in 2014 a combo of Dash sadness and events meant the quilt was not properly recorded, although we had plenty of positive responses.
We feel we need to bring this book to the attention of our friends because we have finally found a book that stands alongside ‘Homer’s Odyssey” in terms of writing quality, humour and emotional depth.
A year ago today the anipal world lost a dear friend, one who is still missed – Ingrid Trinka. Today her Twitter friends will be using the hashtag #Remembering Ingrid in her honour.
We have something special as part of our Hobbit Costume Trail on Middle Earth Monday – Smaug the Dragon. We have created a mini movie so you can see his size and the amazing work involved.
Howdy everyone! I’m a movie watching cat (no really – an actual cat!) who is being given an opportunity to muse on movies. Now let me explain myself first, I’m not a movie snob. I don’t watch a movie and look for subtle clues like say a certain color of a window curtain might be a clue to something otherwise unnoticed.