Great fond of bonding with our pets
Hospital allowed dying police officer
a final visit from her horse.
Giving is how we know love works wonders!!!
free range just got free-er
Looks like this chicken wanted to cross the bridge but since
no one had the answer to the question "why?" - the Chicken
became a celeb in the BayArea, just by dodgin' traffic like
the rest of us runnin' around like chickens (sometimes),.... Lol
- after all,
doesn't everybody love chickens? - I do!
Hard to believe it's that close when it was 89 degrees here on Saturday!
Yikes ~ what crazy weather!
teehee, Carrie~ how are you doing, by the way?
hope the weather isn't crimping your style!
have a swimmingly fabulous weekend
splish splash - take out the trash
have a potato, boiled or mashed
- it can be a big help for the butter-finger population,....
Horses can be good emotional mirrors for humans. If a person is authentic and comfortable in their being, the horse will be that way. In addition to being such good mirrors for working with fear, horses can also mirror back to humans other emotional states. If an angry person goes to a horse, the horse will get angry. If a sad person comes to a horse, the horse will be sad. Horses provide enormous sympathy. There are endless stories of grief in humans and going to a horse for comfort. Dore commented that even a wild stallion will stand with a human and the human can takes it's neck and cry on it.
never underestimate those we believe are 'beneath' us~
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Fish converse with one another through a range of low-frequency sounds to communicate courtship, alarm, or submission. A behavioral ecologist at the University of Bern in Switzerland, said, “Fish have some of the most complex social systems known. … You see fish helping each other. You see cooperation and forms of reciprocity.”
watch a kitten play~
Can you bear it???
Pets Unlimited, from the wilderness to the family pool,......
... and snaps to it when the time comes for
l o v i n' - from the family!
... i'm sinking of you*
a leap of faith
goes where few kitties have gone before,...