Imagine it’s the school holidays, but you have to work. You leave the kids home alone. . . but the TV’s broken, they’re too young to read, and you’ve locked most of their toys away.
When you come home would you expect … [Read more...]
How much do you know about feline panleukopenia - the disease against which you vaccinate your cat?
You probably have an understanding that these diseases are “bad” and that vaccination is recommended. Even so, it’s … [Read more...]
Kids have a lot to learn about the world around them. Unfortunately, during this exploratory phase, it’s not unusual for collateral damage to happen such as sandwiches posted into the DVD player, teddy swimming in the … [Read more...]
At school, were you always the last kid left standing in line when sports teams were chosen?
For some people, this lack of sporting ability as a child means we are familiar with the feeling of being invisible.
And … [Read more...]
Are you familiar with the expression: “Taking a sledgehammer to crack a nut”?
Essentially this means using over-the-top effort to achieve a simple end. A great example of this is declawing cats.
OK, so what we want … [Read more...]
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