Marta and Brock sit down to enjoy some soft macadamia coconut cookies with maca tea. The Monkeys join them, and they have an exciting announcement!
LOL, at least he got the hawk outside before it really came to. I can only imagine what damage it would have done flying around inside! Not to mention being scary. We had a bat in the house last year...not fun. Thanks for sharing Pat, we really appreciate it!
That's too funny. Glad to hear she was ok all along :) We're really glad you like the show. Thanks so much for being a dedicated fan, believing in us, and spreading the word!
that should be "back of the couch" not "house"...though I'm sure they've done that too!
My best pet experience happens everyday in the fact that we and our vets have managed to stabilize the health of our two rescue dogs (a Papillon and a 60-pound "SPCA Special" ) that came to us with mysterious health conditions. It's wonderful to see them happy, healthy, and 'full of beans' every morning!Our scariest pet experience comes from my parents who have 3 cats. These cats are sweet, docile creatures in the house, but have been known to hunt together on occasion when they are outdoors. They have dragged lots of poor, local wildlife in through the cat door, but the scariest experience happened last spring. My dad saw all of the cats perched on the back of the house looking down at something, which my dad assumed could only be their latest prey. Then my dad discovered that what they had dragged in was in fact a red-tailed hawk! Shocked, my dad reached down to grab the motionless corpse, when suddenly the hawk opened its eye! Sure enough, when my dad carefully (and heavily gloved) managed to get it back outside, it flew away unharmed. We can only imagine that the hawk flew into the house, stunned itself, and the cats dragged it inside. Our family is just relieved that the cats (and my dad) managed to walk away from the experience without a scratch. Now if only we could just find a way for those cats to keep the bells on their collars...
sorry that should be when you "cant" find them
I love this part of your week of course, as I am a proud owner of a puggle named Fancy, I did have 12 animals at one time, but have lost a few :( in the past year, so I now have 3 dogs, besides the puggle I have a toy manchester terrier named Gypsy and a year old Doberman named Vixen, they share the house with 3 cats, Gizmo, Diesel and Axle and a dwarf bunny named Jesse and last but not leastis my wonderful horse named Wizard..... the scariest moments are always when one gets loose and you can find them, mine is kinda funny, I could not find gypsy one day and was frantic running all over the neighbourhood, calling the vet, looking in the backyard as it turns out I had shut her in my bedroom and when I went in there to get the phone there she was, I was so relieved I cried...keep up the good work and I have got at least 4 more people watching your show