Tag Archives: pets

Rats: Pet or Pest?

Diane Özdamar is a french illustrator / graphic designer / photographer that has spent years photographing rats to break the negative image of them by taking cute pictures, and I think she has definitely succeeded. Or what do you think?

Rats


Did you like this post, click those like and follow buttons and give me some love, leave me a comment or:
kagh5_patreon_name_and_message

Press that stumble button, it really helps me120px-SU_logo_stacked_hires_xlarge

Be sure to never miss a post, follow me on:bloglovin_logga2

Find out what I am doing on other social medial:

facebook4instagram4pinterest4twitter4youtube4

 

SaveSave

Advertisements

The healing company of animals

I don’t know what my life would be like without these darling little creatures…. a lot les fun, that’s for sure. Seriously, Billy and Ivar makes me get up in the morning (sort of) and they make me think of someone other than myself and keep me company when I am alone. They are the best, after my husband and my family and friends.
If things are a bit sad, go snuggle a bunny, its fail safe!
Or give them a little pice of banana and see how incredibly happy they get and how cute they are when they munch it down.
Build them a new play space and see if they like it, they might just look at you disdainfully like “I am more sophisticated than that” (they are a lot more like cats than you might think) or they might go bananas running around exploring everything, and eating the corners of your storage cube! As you can see it helps to spread some pellets around, if they like pellets that is.

They have even charmed my mom and dad, they immediately start climbing my mom when she goes to greet them, because she always gives treats and I think my dad grows vegetables just so he can give them to the bunnies. I mean he does one batch of kale soup a year, bunnies like kale, do the “math”! 😉

Oh, yes, they look a bit scraggly because they just had haircuts, they are Angora rabbits and you have to shear them four times a year or their fur will get to long, go all matted and they can’t eat, move or clean them selves properly. I prefer to do a fast, safe shearing job than a perfect one. 🙂 And they will stay on the carpet, angora feet are slippery on the parquet floors, but I keep an eye on them.


Did you like this post, click those like and follow buttons and give me some love, leave me a comment or:
kagh5_patreon_name_and_message

Press that stumble button, it really helps me120px-SU_logo_stacked_hires_xlarge

Be sure to never miss a post, follow me on:
bloglovin_logga2

Find out what I am doing on other social medial:

facebook3 instagram3 pinterest3 twiter3 youtube3