Tag: tiger

  • Playtime pt 2

    Who can remember those joyful days as a child when the thing you looked forward to most was getting together with your best friend/s and joyfully playing for hours on end until the sun faded below the horizon? Hopefully these carefree animals will bring those memories back for you as they did for me…

  • Playtime pt 1

    Who can remember those joyful days as a child when the thing you looked forward to most was getting together with your best friend/s and joyfully playing for hours on end until the sun faded below the horizon? Hopefully these carefree animals will bring those memories back for you as they did for me…

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  • Tug-of-War

    Tug-of-war is a classic game that I am sure we have all played at one stage in our lives, but did you know it dates back around 4000yrs? It has been practiced both as a means to settle disputes, and also as a competition, having once been an Olympic event.

  • Happy Families

    Being happy is surely what everyone wants? And having a happy and content family that loves and cares for each other is the ultimate achievement. Being able to live happily together takes a lot of consideration and understanding, but these animals certainly seem to have things working perfectly.

  • Give Us a Wink!

    Winking. It’s something not all of us can do and yet the meaning behind it can be very wide-ranging. Winking can mean anything from being flirtatious or friendly, to being sinister or even depicting pain. Whatever way you choose to use your “wink”, just be sure you look as cute as these cuddly critters!

  • 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.

  • The Good Stuff pt 3

    Milk is almost definitely the first thing we are given when we are babies and many of us never outgrow our love of it. It is the primary source of nutrition for all infant mammals, and these thirsty beasts are certainly making sure they get their fill.

  • The Good Stuff pt 2

    Milk is almost definitely the first thing we are given when we are babies and many of us never outgrow our love of it. It is the primary source of nutrition for all infant mammals, and these thirsty beasts are certainly making sure they get their fill.