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Let these friendly penguins bring a smile to your Sunday as the feathered fellas attempt to befriend fluttery butterflies. A hilarious game of follow the flying leader starts but the birds never quite grasp the colorful bugs — enjoy!
David Blouin, an assistant professor in the sociology and anthropology department at Indiana University, explained:
People who regard pets as children tend to have a city background, for example, while those in rural areas have a more practical attitude. To think of pets as just another animal is not uncommon in rural areas, which makes sense given the utilitarian relationships people in rural areas are more likely to have with a range of different animals — from farm to wild animals.
Whether you live in a bustling city or a quieter village, share your opinion as it relates to your place of residence in the comments below!
If I had a bottomless purse, I'd keep North constantly stocked up with all the cool gear I spot! Sadly, I can't spoil him as often as I'd like and save my big splurge for a special treat like his birthday!
Since my pooch is in the market for a new collar/lead set and toys to replace the cow he recently slaughtered, I've got a bigger shopping spree lined up than usual. Then, while making my mental list, my pals over at Fresh Guide shared an awesome offer for $50 for $100 of pet goodies at the SF-based Cheeko B. With that deal, I could even grab some essentials, too. I've got my number in mind, but how much do you typically spend on your furry friends in one