Tag: lion

  • 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 […]

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  • Elevated Stretching

    The discipline of Yoga has become increasingly popular over the past decade of so, and it’s little wonder with the hectic pace of today’s lifestyles. This physical, spiritual, and mental practice is a fantastic way to improve your well-being, and these cuties seem to recognise the benefits too.

  • Sun, Sand & Surf pt 2

    Going to the beach is a very popular pastime and being blessed to live right on the coast is a fabulous thing for some. Thankfully, there are lots of beaches set aside to allow pets, which is fantastic, as it means your beloved fur baby can enjoy having the sand between their toes too!

  • Sun, Sand & Surf pt 1

    Going to the beach is a very popular pastime and being blessed to live right on the coast is a fabulous thing for some. Thankfully there are lots of beaches set aside to allow pets which is fantastic as it means your beloved fur baby can enjoy having the sand between their toes too!

  • Pass the Spoon?

    Ok, so ‘Spooning’ has nothing to do with using utensils, but rather has everything to do with some of the best cuddles you’ll ever have. It’s incredibly comforting having your loved one snuggle up to you from behind and embrace you with their whole body, and these animals are certainly in agreement.

  • 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!!

  • Mirror, Mirror pt 1

    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!!