Cookie is a Netherland Dwarf bunny who was born on March 23, 2013. So she's around 7 months old. She is a grey-white bunny, but she's losing her baby fur so I'm not sure what color she will end up being. The first day that I got her, which was May 11th, she didn't know how to hop or eat timmothy hay. Everyday I would let her run around and monitor her so she didn't eat anything she wasn't suppose to. She finally got the hang of hopping. After about 2 days of having her, I decided to give her a piece
Originally Posted by Olyn Warfield
I am a writer of "true tales" that I love sharing with animal lovers. My inspiration is my dog, Omar Blue who was honored to be "Dog of the Day" a few days ago.
Omar Blue and his pack have started a town they call K9 Town, USA.
As the pack overcomes numerous obstacles and threats, you'll be reminded of the importance of family (whether it be by blood or affiliation).
There is a mystique
Nyx, a 10 year old black Labrador was an important K9 Officer to the Mills Police Department. He joined the Mills Police Department seven years ago. He was a drug detection canine and the first and only police dog of the station. He was assigned to his Officer handler Zachary Miller for the last two years.
Accounting the incident leading to the death of the K-9 police, it was noted that Miller and another police officer
I really find it weird as a policy in certain places that dogs are nor allowed but cats are. Anyhow, rules are rules and laws are laws and no matter how odd they may seem, citizens are bound to follow them for organization and order. As they say: We are a nation of laws but not men. So here goes one article I find so weird but fortunately alls well that ends well. So here goes the article:
Roger Mosey, master at Selwyn College in Cambridge needed to
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