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  • Re: Animal Cartoons

    Re: Animal Cartoons

    A nice little bonus.

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    Why not snails?

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  • Caracal
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  • The sand cat

    The sand cat

    The sand cat is my favourite animal. This animal is not only cute and fluffy but it is a very intelligent animal as well. There ears are extremely good at detecting movement, as the furry little creature hunts at night.
    The sand cat will excavate a den with its bare paw. The creature sweats as it looks at its new den, as if saying I am one with the paw.

    It then takes pride and sits in its den until dusk. When night time comes it goes out in search of its favouri...
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  • Brooks
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  • Honey Badger - the most fearless animal in the world.

    Honey Badger - the most fearless animal in the world.

    Honey Badger (Mellivora capensis).

    The Honey Badger has a reputation for being, pound for pound, the most fearless animal in the world. They can attack much larger animals. Honey Badger are listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as "The World's Most Fearless Creature". They have been documented killing much larger male lions.The South Africa's National Defense Force named its armored personnel carriers "ratels", the Afrikaans word for these beasts.

    Honey B...
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  • David
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  • Herding breeds: Border Collie

    Herding breeds: Border Collie


    Origin One of the earliest tales of this breed is from 943 A.D. when Hywel Dda tells of a black sheepdog taking the sheep out to the field in the morning and returning with them in the evening. The name "Border" Collie originally comes from the sheepdog's home in the border countries of Scotland and England. The original Border Collies were rough on the livestock and difficult to control. The breed needed tempering, and it received it in the form of a cross when Adam Tefler set about t...
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  • David
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  • Herding breeds: Belgian Malinois

    Herding breeds: Belgian Malinois

    Origin: When the first breed survey was held in 1891 in Belgium, it was found that the Malinois was uniform in type across the region. The towns of Oosterhout in Holland and Malines showed a large population of the short-coated variety. It is from the town of Malines that the Malinois received its name. General description Height: 22-26 inches Weight: 55-80 pounds Color: The basic coloring is a rich fawn to mahogany, with black tips on the hairs giving an overlay appearance. The mask and ears are b...
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  • Brooks
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  • Cat Related Quotes

    Cat Related Quotes

    Animal Forum's
    Collection of Favorite Quotes About Cats
    Read the best cat quotations and proverbs
    written by famous authors and celebrities.



    • To please himself only, the cat purrs." - Irish Proverb
    • "It is a very inconvenient habit of kittens that what ever you say to them, they always purr." - Lewis Carroll (English Writer)
    • "If a cat does something, we call it instinct; if we do the same thing, for the same reason, we
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  • David
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  • Reading Horses

    Reading Horses

    Reading Horses by Ron Meredith There is no simple way to describe to a beginner the feel old timers have developed for what to do around horses. After years and years of paying attention to horses, an old horse hand can 'read' a horse like a book. He can tell just by looking at a horse what his state of mind is, which way he's going to turn next, how far he's likely to run if he gets startled, and a whole volume of other things. Because he's able to predict what a horse is going to do next,...
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  • Teach Your Dog to Go Potty on Command

    Teach Your Dog to Go Potty on Command

    Teach Your Dog to Go Potty on Command
    By Steve Dale for The Dog Daily
    Imagine this. Your dog goes potty on your command. I mean, your dog does his business instantly-the moment you ask him to. This might be the most useful thing you can teach your dog. If you happen to live someplace where the winters are really cold (like I do), think about days like this: It's 10 below, the wind slams you in the face so hard it feels like you're being pounded by a polar bear, the snow is...
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  • David
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  • Herding breeds: Australian Cattle Dog

    Herding breeds: Australian Cattle Dog


    Origin:
    Australian Cattle Dog photo The Australian Cattle Dog (ACD) was originally bred in the mid-19th century to work cattle in the rough inland terrain of Australia. Today this sturdy, alert and watchful dog is a valuable asset to farmers and ranchers around the world. The Australian Cattle Dog is also referred to as the Blue Heeler, Queensland Heeler, Queensland Blue Heeler, and was originally known as the Australian Heeler.

    General description: Height: 17-20...
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    Caracal
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    by Caracal
    The sand cat is my favourite animal. This animal is not only cute and fluffy but it is a very intelligent animal as well. There ears are extremely good at detecting movement, as the furry little creature hunts at night.
    The sand cat will excavate a den with its bare paw. The creature sweats as it looks at its new den, as if saying I am one with the paw.

    It then takes pride and sits in its den until dusk. When night time comes it goes out in search of its favouri...
    08-19-2020, 01:32 AM
  • Re: Animal Cartoons
    Bob Cleary
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    by Bob Cleary
    A nice little bonus.

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    08-30-2014, 12:35 PM
  • Re: Animal Cartoons
    Bob Cleary
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    by Bob Cleary
    Why not snails?

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    07-02-2014, 12:50 PM
  • Honey Badger - the most fearless animal in the world.
    Brooks
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    by Brooks
    Honey Badger (Mellivora capensis).

    The Honey Badger has a reputation for being, pound for pound, the most fearless animal in the world. They can attack much larger animals. Honey Badger are listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as "The World's Most Fearless Creature". They have been documented killing much larger male lions.The South Africa's National Defense Force named its armored personnel carriers "ratels", the Afrikaans word for these beasts.

    Honey B...
    10-22-2013, 05:31 PM
  • Herding breeds: Border Collie
    David
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    by David

    Origin One of the earliest tales of this breed is from 943 A.D. when Hywel Dda tells of a black sheepdog taking the sheep out to the field in the morning and returning with them in the evening. The name "Border" Collie originally comes from the sheepdog's home in the border countries of Scotland and England. The original Border Collies were rough on the livestock and difficult to control. The breed needed tempering, and it received it in the form of a cross when Adam Tefler set about t...
    09-30-2013, 10:21 PM
  • Herding breeds: Belgian Malinois
    David
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    by David
    Origin: When the first breed survey was held in 1891 in Belgium, it was found that the Malinois was uniform in type across the region. The towns of Oosterhout in Holland and Malines showed a large population of the short-coated variety. It is from the town of Malines that the Malinois received its name. General description Height: 22-26 inches Weight: 55-80 pounds Color: The basic coloring is a rich fawn to mahogany, with black tips on the hairs giving an overlay appearance. The mask and ears are b...
    09-27-2013, 08:56 AM
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