Love some people to animals knows no bounds. Particularly lucky animals whose owners possess a solid status.
One of these lucky was a black cat named tomasina .
Before Tommasino was homeless but a very nice cat. And then one day he got lucky, he was adopted by a Italian woman Maria Assunta, a lonely and rich woman 1917 birth. In General, this alone was enough to ensure a cat named Tommasino, happy existence, but the fate had prepared the animal much more amazing gifts than a normal human attention and tasty food.
In 2009, being at an advanced age, Mrs. Assunta left to their last day with no close relatives, wrote the will.
In this document old Italian lady pointed out that all his fortune, including apartments in Rome and Milan and land in Calabria and Bank accounts, it leaves the cat Tommasino, as well as several of his friends – a former homeless animals. Only the cat and his friends meant about ten million euros. Let us leave aside the question of the reasonableness of such behavior, just accept it as a given.
At the end of November 2011, millionaire Maria Assunta died in Rome and salesanalysis his entire fortune of $15.6 million many Here will want to find out, how the newly minted millionaire will be to manage your money and property. Continue reading
“D domashnie animals definitely bring joy to the home, teach children to be kind, but everything in it on one condition, explains a child psychologist. – If parents are properly treat animals. none of the animals does not automatically become “good” pet”.
The study, during which studied the effect of Pets on children from three to six years, provided a lot of evidence of how they are developing social sensitivity and communication skills. We have even highlighted the influence on the index of intellectual development — the doctors say. But animals are comrades really help to develop a sense of responsibility. In addition, they help children become less self-centered. Because for productive interaction feedback is required, and the animals can provide. If the cat does not like the way a child holds her, she will run away. So the animals themselves explain to the children how to handle them. This allows the child to understand the point of view of another.
Pet ownership is a huge additional responsibility. And the child, especially if he’s only three or four years, can only partially take care of. Younger children can feed the pet, spend time with him, to hold him in her arms and try to play with him. But you hardly want to your trehletnyaya scrubbed out of the cage litter. Continue reading
If you live Guinea pigs, chances are you occasionally let them walk around the house or on the lawn. And if near the house there is a pond, whether the pond or the pool, your Pets may inadvertently fall into the water. Maybe you will want to see how your pigs are swimming.
And here will naturally arise the question: “Can Guinea pigs swim?”
Guinea pigs can swim from birth, they are natural born swimmers. But some of them love the water and wallow in it, and some can’t stand her. In this they are similar to people.
Guinea pigs can swim, but given it to them hard enough. Yes you briefly like to swim, as swimming is tiring.
If you throw a Guinea pig into the water, it will float. But this is more from the hopelessness of the situation, than from his desire. In this case, Guinea pigs are different from dogs and other animals who like to swim.
The ability to swim Guinea pigs inherited from their distant relatives kapibarov. who love the water, live on the banks of the river, eat aquatic vegetation and can stay under water for 5 minutes. Continue reading