I will be entirely transparent and admit that while I respect and appreciate moose, I find them a bit terrifying. I don’t know what exactly it is about them that freaks me out, but it might have to do with the fact that whenever I lay eyes on one via photos, I find myself looking … More Let’s hear it for moose
I often get the impression that Australia is a world of its own. They just seem to do shit their own way and refrain from allowing social norms and constructions to influence their way of life, and I think it’s rather admirable. One of my best friends is in vet school in Australia, and some … More Did you know this about Australia?
I won’t go so far as to say the title of today’s post is an improvement from yesterday’s, but I do think it’s slightly less corny. I could be completely wrong and it is possible today’s title is, in fact, even worse than yesterday’s, but I like to be as optimistic as possible, so let’s … More Bear with me…
Please excuse my sad attempt at a quirky pun for the title of today’s post. Bear puns aren’t exactly the most common thing, so it was a little tricky trying to make a play on words about these majestic beasts. Bears scare the absolute shit out of me, and they always have. I’ve been scared … More How ‘bear’ you?
I feel as though one could strongly argue that there are two types of people in this world; ones who love and adore goats, and others who don’t, likely because they’ve had an unfortunate encounter with one or something along those lines. At least, that’s the only reason I can come up with as to … More Get your goat on
When I first composed the title for this post, I thought it was a decent but brief little spurt of alliteration, but upon further thought, I realize some folks may read it and consider it a little bit odd. Allow me to clarify; my use of the term ‘lovin’ in my title is purely affectionate … More Lovin’ on lynxes some more
I figure with my past few animal posts, I may as well continue forward in this animal series or whatever you want to call it. My sister actually told me she has been enjoying the posts discussing different animals as of late, and while she may be just a wee bit biased regarding my blog … More Let’s get some love for lynxes
I am a woman of my word, and as I mentioned in yesterday’s post, today’s topic is a continuation of intriguing facts about zebras. These beasts of worthy of two posts, in my opinion, and again, this information comes from http://www.natgeokids.com. “6) Zebras are constantly on the move for fresh grass to eat and water to … More Let’s chat about zebras (part two)
Ferrets are, and always have been, one of my favourite critters in existence. When I was younger, I desperately wanted to own one as a pet, and I seriously looked into the matter, you know, with my 14-year-old intelligence and all. Upon reading up on ferrets and what they require if they’re a pet, I … More Here are some facts about ferrets
Blaine was obsessed with the Tiger King documentary when it first premiered via Netflix at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and his obsession with the documentary has yet to diminish. He will start re-watching the series every now and then, and while he doesn’t always finish every time he starts re-watching it, he certainly … More How well do you know tigers?
Positive news is always appreciated, especially in the context of endangered and/or dwindling animal populations. An article from The Good News Network happens to fall into this category, and I figured I would share this happy news with all of you. This time, the good news has to do with an increase in fish stocks. … More Fish populations are on the rise
Bees are pretty incredible little guys when you stop to think about it. Their contributions to the environment and food production are remarkable, and with initiatives ever present to encourage us to save and conserve bees, I thought it would be interesting to do a little bit of research about our good friends. Here are … More Let’s talk about bees
So often I come across people that self-identify as either a cat person or a dog person. My question is, why can’t a person love both dogs and cats? I realize that many of us do, in fact, identify as someone who loves cats and dogs equally. I include myself in that identification. What intrigues … More Not a cat person? You’re missing out