Top Tips For Single Moms Considering Getting A Pet

In an ideal world, you would want your kids to be happy, healthy and have everything that they want, right? So how about if your little darlings want to adopt or get a new puppy or kitten? Are you ready to change your lifestyle for good, by welcoming a new pet into your home life? If you are a single mom, then getting a pet can cause massive upheaval, especially if you feel like you have just got your home life under control. However, if your kids are struggling at school or feeling a bit down … [Read more...]

A New Message From VERONICA – Loss of Pets

     A New Message From VERONICA         Loss of Pets     "The physical environment offers an intense participation of energy not felt anywhere else. Often the lightness of one's spirit becomes entangled in all of the drama, making one feel burdened and isolated.   The representation of energy in physical form has great impact upon others whether it is arriving or leaving. The ones left behind, so to speak, feel the absence of energy and respond to it often … [Read more...]

The EAGLE – Amazing Stuff !!!

THE EAGLE and her LIFE DECISIONS God Bless all who share this. … [Read more...]

IT’S THE BUTCHER :)

IT’S THE BUTCHER :) An Old Woman was lonely. She decided to get a pet. She didn’t have much money so she went to a second hand pet shop. She saw many animals: a three legged cat, a dog without a tail, fish that could only swim backwards and a beautiful bird that could only say one thing, “Who is it?”. She decided to buy the bird. She bought a cage for her bird and went home. She put the bird by the door and went downtown to do some shopping. While she was gone, a … [Read more...]

INSPIRATIONAL PHOTO – Imagine

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KAYLA: Canadian Burrowing Owl are disappearing – Take Action!

  You might know that the top threat to Canada's native wildlife and plants is habitat loss, but did you know the second most critical threat is invasive species? Burrowing owls look like little owls on stilts. They are 23-28 cm tall standing on long thin legs. The burrowing owl is unlike most owls in many ways: it lives in burrows in the ground, is active during the day, the female is smaller than the male, and its favourite foods are insects. Burrowing owls require open areas with low ground … [Read more...]

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