Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Annie Newmann - 7 Jan 2005
Thank you for a wonderful picture gallery. I got here looking for info on moss. I love moss but everyone says not to put or have it in the garden. Well your pictures made me decide to positively put it in the garden.
Then I saw the title mice and rats. Maybe for us rodent lovers you should put a warning up. The flood gates open when I see photos of man having such a lack of compassion for other creatures.
When my white mouse Baby 2 passed, Babie one was amazing. She ran around the tank looking for something. (I believe Baby 2's soul / spirit/ live being) Digging and tunneling franticly. Then all of a sudden after about 5 minutes she went in the house they shared and started to groom Baby 2's body from head to toes. Then she cleaned herself and arranged their blanket and went to sleep with her head leaning on the body.
She didn't let me remove the body for an hour or so. I had to put her in a clean tank to separate them. She was perfectly normal then! While one mouse is ill, the others take care going as far as drinking water and then giving it to the sick mouse almost like a French kissing. Every time they have a member get sick they keep it clean, make a nest, make sure it gets food and then when death arrives they grieve. most wonderful and sad to see all rolled into one!
If only humans acted with 1/2 the love and care that mice do.!!
Till then. thanks
Annie and her crew: Pinkus, and Chipper, Boogie and Panda the ratties Snickers, Toby, Taze, and Lynda the cats Turt and Wendy the three toe box turtles. companions of mine for 20 yrs
Reply from Frank and Mary
It is so nice to hear from you and about your Crew.
Your encouraging compliments are also appreciated.
We don't put warnings on our animal exploitation sections, other then the name, because it will chase away the people who need to see them the most. It our form of "shock therapy" to help people become more compassionate.
Do you have any photos of your crew? We love to publish a story, or a few, about your companion animals.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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