Unbelievable, and what a heartache to lose him in such an awful way, all the ones that died. I'm so glad "Nitro's Law" is in effect and that they pushed so hard to get it. Thanks Vinnie.
Dissection Choice Signed Into Connecticut Law
it's all good'
thanks for coming to the fang party,it's getting wild'
just how I like it,,,hugs
to you and dottie from the wildfyre and I...
Signed Kelly, thanks.
As I commented before, I refused to dissect a small Turtle. I threw him at a bitch in our gravel school yard then threw him over a fence in the bushes and told him to Run !! Yes, I got sent to the Naughty Stool in Mother Superior's office which consisted of kneeling on your hands. No wonder I have Arthritis.
VICTORY Hell on Earth: California Breeder Exposed!
Clever Frog Makes Leaf Umbrella Because Getting Rained On Is Just The Worst (PHOTO
That Frog is so smart. See God knows what He's doing. I had to save that picture to use someday in here.
So adorable, you wouldn't think rain would bother a frog. And he held that up for 30 minutes! Loved it, thanks Kelly.
Noted, tweeted, shared, tweeted, shared. Loved the photograph and the article. Nature does amazing things. Thanks for sharing, Kelly.
just for my fellow Defenders of Wildlife, Wolf Pack and Fruddy Buddies, some mostly plesant news from London's free newspaper: Meat trade rescue dogs arrive in the UK21 August 2013 Last updated at 17:48 BST A Scottish woman has imported a rescue dog from Thailand. Amanda Leask from Strathglass in the Highlands is one of a small group of women from Scotland who had their new pets flown into Edinburgh this week. The dogs were saved from an illegal meat trade which would have seen them destined for human consumption in Vietnam. Jackie O'Brien spoke to Amanda Leask and another of the new owners, vet Heather Bacon. Read more Scots pet owners take in dogs stolen for illegal meat trade www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-23785231 www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-23779700 Love from Gail & her Animal Crew xxxxx
Darn it, my comment didn't post. Hope this goes thru. Gail I moved your Good News here and folks the Link is not working but you can Copy and Paste it into your Browser and it will work. Ta, Fruddy Buddys. btw, Dottie 's feeling a little better I think. She just has a little Diarhea but not so watery, hope she;s getting better and not just my imagination. Heading over to Paw Printsa because our Dianne Lynn as Candles and I want to light one for our Penny who is having surgery tomorrow. Fruddy hugs to all. xoxo
Hi Vinnie, long time have not been here. I just stopped receiving anything from the FrogsRus. Just today I received this on my mail. Hope all is well with you. Sorry to note that Dottie is not feeling well.
Take care and Love and Hugs to you and Dottie.( get well soon, Dottie .... woof.. woof .)
Hi,was worried about you,sis
haven't heard from you in a while.
so,came to check on things,
glad to see you active, a bummer about Penny,am keeping her in my thoughts.
What???Dot is ill?
omd, I will add her to my daily meditations...
Fyre will be so upset to hear this!!
Hoping it's not serious, so many of my care2 friends are suffering right now,I almost don't feel like going out tomorrow,but I have commitments to some other people
LONG TIGHT HUGS,SIS,HERE IF YOU NEED TO TALK!
2 Texas Salamanders, 4,400 Acres Win Protection
Good news for two fascinating critters from Texas (including one without eyes): The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Monday finally gave Endangered Species Act protection to Jollyville Plateau and Austin blind salamanders. The salamanders are also getting 4,400 acres of protected "critical habitat" in central Texas, where they cling to life in the state's few remaining clean, well-oxygenated springs.
The protections follow the Center for Biological Diversity's historic 2011 agreement with the Service to speed Endangered Species Act decisions for 757 species.
Austin blind salamanders lack image-forming eyes and have feathery external gills and long snouts, while Jollyville Plateau salamanders have big eyes and blunt, rounded snouts. But both creatures are fully aquatic and depend on clean water from Texas's Edwards aquifer -- water that's becoming scarcer and dirtier as the state's population grows.
Read more in the Austin American-Statesman.
for sharing Vinnie
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Oh Vinnie thank you so much for lighting a candle for me, it worked, I don't have cancer! Was in the hospital a week, and have been home a week still healing but starting to post some. I missed you all and have a lot of catching up to do! I hope Dottie is doing better now, will keep her in my prayers. Big Big Hugs.
Hey Vinnie, hope auld Dottie has fully recovered kin a take her a wee walk?
Nice tae see ye pop in Penny and feeling better.
Hi Vinnie, Iain, Tasunka and Penny( happy to note the good news, welcome back)
Woof woof to Dottie, hope she has recovered.
Have a Blessed Day everyone...
Great news Penny, dodged a bullet there!
I think Dot is on the mend, from the last new flash i got.
Did you all see my frogs in space pic?
I cannot believe it looks so Big !!!!!
So happy for you Penny. Hello to all my Fruddy-Buddys, Iain, Joy, Sis, Nancy and Junee. A friend came over and plugged some holes behind my stove and found dog food in the pots and pans. I'm thinking it was stealing Dottie's food from her bowl and storing it, then Dottie would go eat out of her bowl and I think that's what made her sick. I washed the hell out of her bowls and she is all better, except for her old age accidents. I think they are all out of my house now but are in the walls. I hope they freeze or just die. Slept for 2 days, sick, but will try to do some work later, almost 2 a.m., gotta hit the sack. from me and Dottie says woofy thanks for all your prayers Fruddys. xoxoxo
that's funny sis,when I had the cabin cleaned before coming there,they found mounds of quinoa grains that the mice had stored for the winter,when I was packing up the place I found a lot more..
A few years back came home to there one night,and a dog biscuit was moving across the floor,
there obviously was a small field mouse under it.
I hate killing them,won't use poison, so they occupy the place while we weren't there.
the stacks of grain were meticulously piled, what interesting little rodents,lol
Glad you are getting Dottie well, age is irreversable ,but glad she's feeling better.
Fyre sends greetings,and wants to know how Dot liked the sea lions?
(in the watersheds group)
Sis, haven't made it to Watersheds yet today. Will try later or in between thunderstorms over the next three days. I'm sure she'll like it, and thanks for posting it. Dottie sends Fruddy woofy smooches to you and Fyre. xoxo