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So here’s my favorite 8:
suggies at home
ok, they are not all pet related but, i am a mom first and foremost
We had a great time and would like to thank all the people who turned up. We especially want to thank those who helped. Some brought food, some loaned us their beautiful cats to showcase and other’s just came to help with physical labour. We are very blessed to have so many friends. Like I said in facebook, I’m not naming names because I will most certainly forget someone, and then suffer feeling stupid.
While the people were amazing I’d like the mention the true reason we were gathered. The animals! We had dogs and cats, sugar gliders, rabbits, guinea pigs, a hedgehog, a chinchilla and some cockatiels. The snake apologised for not coming but the taxi driver just wasn’t willing to take him…some people, what can I say?
I want to shout a great big thank our customers for buying our reusable bag. We have always been concerned for the environment and have tried in various ways to help minimise our impact on mother earth. While the creation of each reusable bag consumes as many resources as 14 plastic bags, I have faith that our customers and friends will use each bag many times over. I have been turning down at least one bag a day for several months now and I feel GOOD! If each and every Malaysian turns down just one plastic bag a day, that’s 17 miliion a day and 6205 million is a year. I think that would be so amazing, so I’m gonna get everyone I know to try.
Anyway, hope you enjoyed the goodie bags and see the posh cats.
We had OJ aka Ron, Quicksilver, Dorothy, Zara, Bruno and Emily Elizabeth Tiara Bella Tinkerbell (that’s one cat) neuteretd on 31st Jan 2009. They are all up and about but I had experienced a little anxiety this round as Tinkerbell has been adopted by my little daughter, and her being a family pet just made it that little bit more…..difficult. It’s not the neutering that bothered me but the pain she may have experienced. I always aworry a little when it’s one of my own
Tsaja Boh, a lovely Slovenian lady, has kindly offered to sponser this round of neuterings. We are very grateful for her help and are always looking for more Good Samaritans to help out.