A couple of weeks ago, I visited Malvern with ‘Angel Hound’ -having just lost my eldest dog – aged 21, I felt a little lacklustre. I went away to write and explore the area. However, after a couple of days I felt a desire to interact with the fluffy ones. So, I called Worcestershire Animal … Continue reading Beautiful Tyson aged 10 seeks his Forever Friend via Worcestershire Animal Rescue Shelter. Is it you? #PetBlog
Last year my parents told me about a wonderful little Sanctuary in Nuneaton that rescues wildlife and has a hospital that's open to care for these animals 24/7. At the time I was helping a cause so decided to raise funds and awareness for both. I delivered a cheque on behalf of the cause to … Continue reading Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary – Albino Roy – The Magpie #Video
If you’re a cat lover, you might want or need to take your cat abroad with you at some point in the future. But travelling with pets can be stressful, particularly if they’re not used to it. You’ve got to take them out of their comfort zone and put them in strange, unusual places.
Whilst some pets might thrive, cats tend to find the experience stressful at first. To keep your animals calm and ensure you both have a hassle-free trip, we’ve gathered six great tips. Check them out:
- Prioritise their comfort
How is your cat used to travelling? Hopefully you’ve used a carrier in the past as this is the easiest way to transport cats. Once you’ve got them used to the carrier, be sure to pack a few creature comforts to make them feel at home – blanket with familiar smells, for instance.
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Interesting and informative blog here about cruel greyhound racing from an Australian blogger.
By Melanie Yarnall
This article is dedicated to Fabio (Extra Tacky) who ran his last race on the 8 March 2017. He sustained a right hind leg fracture and was humanely euthanised by the on-track veterinarian. He was due to arrive in foster the care the very next day, but sadly he did not make it. His foster mum was devastated. Fly to the rainbow bridge sweet boy.
The gambling on greyhound racing tracks is not just made by punters on the sidelines. Every greyhound entering a race meet, is gambling with their life. However, their only danger is not just on the track, but in the hands of the trainers who supposedly care for them daily.
We all saw the footage of the live baiting of greyhounds in the eastern states aired on Four Corners in February 2015. At the time, it was described by one informant that placing…
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Well, this little moggy came through my son's window one day and hasn't left. I feel overwhelmingly close to her. I was going to take her to Leeds but my son became incredibly attached. He's called her Shnuggles. They are inseparable. Gorgeous thing. Could seriously munch her right up. Tiffany at UKRescueConnect
Please click on original post to view my message about life after losing a pet. It’s not sad. Tiffy x
I’ve had a wonderful few days in my own space, where I’ve done things I enjoy most. Writing, making videos, photograph, walking and exploring. It’s given me time to reflect. I realise that life is how we find self value with activity we enjoy. It’s soul food. It’s not who else sees it or how others define us, it’s taking part, staying in touch and be true to our purpose.
I love blogging. It’s therapy so here’s a video to say hello and thank you to those who helped me through a very tough time recently. Tiffany X
Dear Foley, I’m sitting in the summer house on the old rocking chair. Well, a glorified shed, overlooking the pond with fixed shelf style seating covered in cotton gingham cushions, then bits of things for the garden, like string and old worn, protective gloves. Grandad has just fed the fish. Saddle the biggest Koi Karp … Continue reading Dear Foley – In Loving Memory