Posts Tagged ‘ Birds ’

Choosing an Animal Familiar

Aug 22nd, 2018 | By

Maybe it’s my hillbilly roots, but I’ve always thought an animal being fed and cared for by a human should earn her keep. My first shelter adoptee, a grown tortie hybrid, was chosen because she had claws and I needed to deal with a rodent problem. The first few weeks she did nothing but eat

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Different Kinds of Warriors Part Two

Apr 3rd, 2018 | By

He is kind, In the face of bullies He is kind He says he is joining in He grabs the girl’s coat they have stolen He gives it back to her He is a hero But that isn’t why he did it He likes the girl He is kind He wants to see her smile.

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The Crows with White Feathers

Nov 26th, 2017 | By

We see them every day now. I don’t know when they moved in; or maybe they’ve always been around and we just never noticed them until recently. Three huge, adult crows who always hang around together, hopping along the grass verges outside the local council building. I saw a meme recently that said ‘If you’ve

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