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Posted: 16-Feb-2009, 09:39 AM
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A good friend of mine (you know who you are) knows how fond I am of animals, in fact no offense to the "human kind" but more so than humans as they are the treasures of this world and bring peace and wisdom to us so called "civilized" kind.
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Hope you will enjoy it as much as I did.

To you all animal lovers...


Loving Animals!!


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Posted: 16-Feb-2009, 10:50 AM
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LOA,
Thank you for posting the link. It just made my day. Wouldn't it be nice if humans were like that.

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Posted: 16-Feb-2009, 12:20 PM
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Thank you for posting this as it brought back memories of when I was 7 or 8 and my cousin had a 3 legged pet fawn (due too a farming accident). Bambi as us kids would call it would chase us around ,we had so much fun with him. Hunting season would come around they would put a big orange spot on it,seems everyone knew about him. Well he would come back to their yard year after year,then one year he didn't. We never did find out what happened to him.

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Posted: 19-Feb-2009, 10:23 PM
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Wild life always fascinated me...and though I have travelled a lot and seen many things and learned of different cultures, I know that where african animals are concerned I will never be able to see them in their own habitat for the simple reason of the heat of the country where they live unfortunelately for me.

So like many I have to admire these wonderful creatures either in captivity like the way you'll be about to see on this video or simply on television.

Here is a very rare event indeed that occured in captivity.


The birth of a Masai giraffe. Incredibly beautiful.
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Even in captivity!!!

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Posted: 26-Feb-2009, 02:09 PM
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Here's a big reason why we should love all animals, through animals we can gain knowledge and wisdom about the gods and goddesses, or just a god depending on your choice of religion... Also, animals hold certain powers to aid us in life.
In the relion I chose we are taught to respect all things living ( tree, plants, and animals ). also to become entuned with all the energies around us!
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smile.gif thank you very much LOA,
here is an example of a one of most wonderful father I never seen in my life:my sweet cat Pippo with one of babies...
when the mummy (my wonderful Suzette..) going to eat or something else, Pippo goes immediately to the kittens and think about them ...cleaning, everything..and always playing with them...he always sleeps with them,too....
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Some time ago a Jack Russell puppy showed up at my house in a nasty rain storm. He came inside when I let my dog in and when I put him back out he stood at the door. Since it was late, I let him in, dried him off and fed him. My dog is a fairly large Brittany Spaniel and is territorial. Surprisingly, within an hour both dogs were curled up in one ball on my dog's foam cushion. Animals seem to recognize young of their species.

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