Articles in Category: Bird Bloggers
7 Life Lessons According To Your Cat
There’s just something special about cats. They’re crazy, independent, sassy, judgemental little beasts, and we love them! They own their domain and they’re not afraid to put us in our place if we get too bold. They’re also incredibly affectionate and full of life. Cats make us laugh, sometimes cry, but mostly, cats allow us to appreciate the small things in life. Our feline friends also provide us with means for entertainment. You only have to scroll the internet to see a plethora of ‘cats are jerks’ videos on YouTube or the ‘weird things my cat does’ threads on reddit, to see all the weird and wonderful things cats get up to. Although they can be a little crazy from time to time, there’s so much our cats can teach us about how to do life. Here is a list of attitudes we can adopt from our cats to live life to the fullest…
20 Music Legends Who Won't Be Forgotten
Death is a part of life that even the greatest of us cannot escape, although at times they most likely wish they could. And just as death cannot exist without life, so too life cannot exist without music.
Simple & effective pranks guaranteed for victory
Another year, another April Fool’s Day. But this year is different: this year is your year. Last year you may have forgotten, or your pranks just weren’t up to scratch. Perhaps you fell victim to a superior prank. It’s a prank or be pranked world, and it’s your time to rise up against your prankers.
These Must-read Books Will Change How You View Life
If people want to get something out of a book, many people turn to the self-help section of their local bookstore. However, have you ever considered looking at our world through the eyes of fictional characters and events? Literature can transport us to new worlds, providing us with means of escaping the mundane aspects of our life. Literature also provides us with full examples of challenging ideology and gives us the opportunity to address crucial issues.
Roar into Life with This Job
When I was a child, I found myself doing two things consistently: writing about dragons and going out looking for them. When I realised that finding a real dragon was going to be harder than I anticipated, I turned my attention to the other creatures of my fascination. Tigers have long been my favourite animal and for the past twelve years, I have dedicated my career to the care-taking of these majestic cats in zoological facilities, as well as the conservation of wild tiger species throughout South East Asia. Suffice it to say, it’s been a blast.