Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 265) – Katzenworld

via Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 265) – Katzenworld

Bubbasmeltys

Today I want to share this small bizness with you

https://bubbasmeltys.com/?fbclid=IwAR1TJBzT4ZBNXV_kFe38ngrGl4UO3dlYSeuXSTuVxMCzQrhvyE4dLwAoG0I

You can also find it on facebook

https://www.facebook.com/bubbasmeltys/

This amazing small bizness is inspired by chronic illness, mental illness and disability. Its owner help raise awareness and donate products every month to various charities to use for raffles and other ways to raise funds.

Products are made with ingredients locally sourced and not tested on animals.

The lovely lady who is the owner propose also a Book Club with a boxes including the book, a candle and a mug , you can tchat in the group about your reading. She post youtube videos about it too, don’t worry no spoilers.

( here the previous box )

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She also created another group on which you can talk about your disease, disabilities, abuse sadness, or just if you had a bad day.  No judgement, just lovely people.

When Recycling Fails: Home-Scale Solutions for Paper and Plastic Waste into Resources

The Druid's Garden

For decades here in the USA, recycling was touted as one of the more easy environmental things you could do. I, like many others, assumed that local recycling facilities processed materials, they were sent to factories, and then later, re-integrated into various products.  Boy was I wrong!  Turns out that recycling is an industrialized business like any other, and part of the reason is that it was so promoted is that there was profit in waste.  In fact, from 1992 – late 2018, most recycling produced in the US shipped to China, who paid top dollar for recycled resources that were used to build their own economy. China had very lax environmental laws, and the more « dirty » recycling the US produced was sent to China for cheap sorting and processing.  While some of those materials were recycled, many of the recycled materials ended up unusable and were discarded, moving down…

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Global Tiger Day 2019 at Hamerton Zoo Park

4cats Blog

English Post | German Post

Hi everyone,

We’ve once again supported the Hamerton Zoo team for their conservation efforts of big cats for the Global Tiger Day 2019

First of we took photos of the Malayan tigers with one of our cat wrestlers. We turned this into an extra-large version to match the big cats! He loved carrying it around and dug his teeth and claws into it. 🙂

The white tigers got supersized version of our popular motive cushions which they thoroughly enjoyed as well. 🙂

Want to see more of the cats in action? Watch our video that we created with the Zoo last year!

Isn’t amazing to see how much the big and small wild cats are just as playful as our feline companions?

As it was quite a hot day… the Tigers had quite a bit of fun with the water as well. 😉 Do your…

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Welt Tiger Tag 2019 mit Hamerton Zoo Park

4cats Blog

English Post | German Post

Hallo zusammen,

Wir haben das Hamerton Zoo-Team erneut bei seinen Bemühungen um den Schutz von Großkatzen für den Global Tiger Day 2019 unterstützt.

Zuerst haben wir die malaysischen Tiger mit einem unserer Spielrolle fotografiert. Wir haben dafür extra eine SUPER große Version gemacht, um den großen Katzen gerecht zu werden! Der Tiger liebte es, da er es herumtragen konnte und schön seine Krallen und Zähne in das Spielzeug reinhauen konnte. 🙂

Die weißen Tiger bekamen eine überdimensionale Version unserer beliebten Motivkissen, die ihnen auch sehr gut gefiel wie man sehen kann. 🙂

Möchtet Ihr mehr von den Katzen in Aktion sehen? Seht Euch unser Video vom letzten Jahr an.

Ist es nicht erstaunlich zu sehen, wie sehr die großen und kleinen Wildkatzen genauso verspielt sind wie unsere Hauskatzen?

Da es ein ziemlich heißer Tag war…. hatten die Tiger auch eine Menge Spaß mit dem Wasser…

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