Such a wonderful and inspiring guy….
What wonderful value these printers are giving, they are by far the cheapest for books I have found on the Internet, they are helpful and reliable and have the software on their site now to design your own, book covers, stationery, business cards, etc…
AWww, poor little thing, at least she had a happy end….get your tissues ready..
“OMG….Get your tissues ready, this truly is beautiful! I have a blind dog, both his eyes had to be taken out due to Glaucoma, he gets around ok because he know’s the layout of my house. But if we move any furniture or even a chair he bumps into it; I have no idea how this poor little dog survived as she did, but her perseverance to live when encouraging arms enveloped her, is there for all to see. To those who extricated this amazing little fur ball- Thank you”
I was asked by a few bloggers to combine the two Fiona videos into one video so it would be easier to share. I really hope many people would watch it, share it, and join us in this nonstop effort. Rescues like this one cost a lot of money, so please help us by making a small donation. Our website:http://www.hopeforpaws.org – Thanks!!!
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I’ve been so worried because every night just after dark on the mountain road and the road from Pentwyn to Deri, near Cwm Darran Park, there are loads of frogs and toads crossing the road to get to the ponds and lakes, one night we even had to get out of the car and move them so we didn’t squish them.
Here’s a photo….
Hibernation is over the hedgehogs have been turning up every evening for food, there are two so far, last year we had 2 adults and 3 babies, then another 3 babies after the bigger ones had hibernated, we brought them i as they were tiny, unfortunately one died in the night and the other two went to hedgehog hospital for the winter months, one was very poorly, but the volunteers at the hedgehog hospital in Pontlanfraith gave her antibiotics and injections to get rid of intestinal worms.
Hedgehogs need to be a minimum of 750gms to survive the winter, the tiny one that died was approx 80gms, then 160gms and 220gms which is incredibly small and the people at the hospital were very surprised that they’d survived at all.
This is the bigger of the two who survived nicknamed Scratchee.
Also Hedgehogs DO NOT have fleas, it is a total MYTH, they have mites which are host specific and can be treated easily by the vet or with powder used for birds.