Thursday, August 28, 2014
Jim Blackwood: "I have thousands of hits of this video, just to clarify these raccoons have been raised from babies and I have been doing this for 12 years. I have never been bitten, no damage has ever been done to my property. They get along with pets. They are vaccinated and treated for fleas and ticks. they get fresh food and water 7 days a week. In winter they hibernate naturally in the woods in their dens and come back in the spring. Most of these coons started out as abandoned babies which would otherwise and starved to death had I not intervened. The local wildlife rehabilitator is aware of my efforts and give me advise. If any are injured they are seen to right away. This just a note to clarify some of the negative comments made in my efforts. I do allow them to come into my dining room only supervised of course and back out they go. One more note they defecate in the woods and not on my property anywhere. I have never had to clean up after them. Also they have a wading pool to wash and bathe in and the water is changed daily. Their drinking water is changed three times a night. There food is a three course meal each night. My oldest Raccoon is age Ten. Thank you for watching. - One more thing I wish to add. There has never been a case of rabies in Nova Scotia concerning raccoons. They get the feline distemper virus which is fatal for them which they are vaccinated for."
Thursday, August 21, 2014
The Last Ice Bucket Challenge You Need To See — And You Really Should See It
Sometimes we forget why we are doing things. Take dumping cold buckets of water on our heads, for example. You've probably seen a lot of videos of your friends doing it this week. Well, here's a really important reminder of the reason we're doing it. Next week the Internet will get back to its regularly scheduled cat videos, I promise. So sit back, grab a tissue, and let's remember the reason behind the fun. UPWORTHY
I started this video after the actual challenge, so if you'd like to see the guy get covered with freezing water, go ahead and restart it at the beginning. When I saw this video, I felt it needed to be shared. If you feel the same, feel free to pass it along. And if you want to donate to ALS in his name, I would totally click here.
Sunday, August 3, 2014
Friday, August 1, 2014
Sadie doesn't want her brother to grow up
Typical struggles of a 5 year-old
Sadie, Sadie, Sadie
Girl crying over brother
Sadie doesn't want her brother to grow up.
Little girl doesn't want her brother to grow up.
I want him to stay little
I love your cute little smiles
He's so cute
Girl doesn't want to grow up
Girl crying over growing up
Girl crying over brother