Tag: baby

  • Not Quite a Kat pt 1

    Despite the fact it has kat in it’s name, the Meerkat is not a member of the cat family but is rather a small type of mongoose. Living in multiple parts of Africa from the Kalahari Desert to South Africa, their “mobs”, “groups” or “clans” are incredibly social and babysit each others’ pups devotedly.

  • I’m Not a Dummy!

    Dummies, pacifiers, binkies, soothers, and teethers…whatever you choose to call these “nipples”, if you’re a parent they’ve probably been a godsend to you at some stage in your child’s life! These cuties seem to still have an affinity for their ‘milk bar’ days and have adopted the next best thing.

  • Swingers…

    Swings, slides, seesaws, merry-go-rounds…it brings back memories. Some of you would even have the pleasure of introducing your own offspring to the joys of a playground. The owners of these pets have taken it that one step further, and their “fur babies” don’t seem to mind in the slightest!

  • Marmosets & Tamarins pt 2

    How utterly divine are these little fluffballs? Marmosets and Tamarins are both New World Monkeys, a group of 5 families of small to mid-sized primates. Tamarins range in size from 13-30cm, and most Marmosets are around 20cm. They differ in that Tamarins primarily have lower canine teeth that are clearly longer than their incisors. So […]

  • Marmosets & Tamarins pt 1

    How utterly divine are these little fluffballs? Marmosets and Tamarins are both New World Monkeys, a group of 5 families of small to mid-sized primates. Tamarins range in size from 13-30cm, and most Marmosets are around 20cm. They differ in that Tamarins primarily have lower canine teeth that are clearly longer than their incisors. So […]

  • Shagadelic

    These shaggy beauties are Highland Cattle. Highland cattle are a docile Scottish breed that have long horns and long wavy coats. Their unusual double-coat of hair is the longest of any cattle breed, and makes them perfectly suited to the Highlands.

  • Happy Chaps in Happy Snaps

    These little guys are Quokkas and were in the news not long ago having been given the title of the “happiest animal on earth”. Quokkas are native to Western Australia and live on a few small islands off the coast, namely Rottnest Island and Bald Island.

  • Bugs’ Offspring? pt 1

    There are many well-known rabbits out there, including Bugs Bunny, Peter Rabbit, and most notably, our favourite that brings us chocolate, the Easter Bunny! These divine kittens may have lineage back to one of those famous bunnies, but one thing’s for sure, they’re incredibly cute!

  • Baby Big Cats

    The term “big cats” is largely used to describe the four largest wild cats: lions, tigers, leopards, and jaguars, the only wild cats that can roar. There is also a broader definition of the term which includes the cheetah, snow leopard, mountain lion (puma), clouded leopard and Sunda clouded leopard.

  • Mirror, Mirror pt 2

    Who hasn’t had the embarrassing experience of being caught checking one’s appearance in a mirror or window? These mini Narcissi have all been caught admiring their reflections, but do you blame them? They’re adorable!!