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Hamster Care: Bedding (Part 3)

Sep 4, 2019
Hamster Care: Bedding (Part 3)

Bedding refers to the substance that is mostly found at the bottom of a hamster cage. It essentially functions to keep a hamster warm and comfortable. It is also important for the bedding to be absorbent...

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Hamster Care: Cages (Part 2)

Sep 2, 2019
Hamster Care: Cages (Part 2)

Although a hamster home cannot be complete with just one component, the cage is probably the most foundational piece to one. In this article I am going to cover some recommended cage sizes, different cage types...

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Hamster Care: An Introduction (Part 1)

Aug 31, 2019
Hamster Care: An Introduction (Part 1)

When I was younger, I would always think about taking care of animals but over time the idea of having a house pet drifted away from me. I never thought much about getting a pet in recent years because I had never taken care of one before...

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He is super compassionate!

Feb 21, 2017
He is super compassionate!

Dear friends, In a world where our environment is changing for the worse, it does not rain like it used to in some parts of the world, and water is difficult to come by even in the wilderness. Most of us take our supply of water for granted, but imagine what wild animals must...

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The Father of 735 Dogs

Jan 1, 2017
The Father of 735 Dogs

Dear friends around the world, I have always been a strong advocate of animal welfare, rescue and vegetarianism; it breaks my heart to see animals suffer. I do my utmost to ensure all animals that come into my environment have a happy, healthy and harm-free life. Animals are sentient beings with feelings and they...

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How to Bird-Proof Your Windows to Protect Our Feathered Friends

Sep 1, 2016
How to Bird-Proof Your Windows to Protect Our Feathered Friends

Dear friends, It is a very common occurrence for birds to fly into windows. Most of our windows are clear and transparent, and birds will fly straight into the window thinking that they are heading towards an open space. Most birds do not survive this type of collision so it is very important for...

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Russia’s Soft Spot

Feb 27, 2013
Russia’s Soft Spot

Dear friends, Kindness is a quality we all cherish, admire and respect. Kindness in action is even more admirable. Especially if it is towards someone or something you are not even connected with. You must see this short video of how Russian boat workers went out of their way to save this poor dog....

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