We had so much fun visiting Princess the Camel! She is so adorable and has big, brown, kind eyes. In celebration of the Super Bowl, she predicts the outcome of the game. http://www.tppc.tv
Other Popcorn Park Zoo News
On a sad note, John Bergman, Director of the Popcorn Park Zoo, informed us of Gina the Tiger’s passing. You may remember Gina from the Big Cat Rescue Episode. John and the staff at the zoo did everything they could to diagnose Gina using both conventional medicine and animal communicators. An animal communicator spoke with Gina and with her enclosure mate Dante.
Gina told the animal communicator that she knew she was very ill and that she would be crossing over soon. She was fine with moving on. Dante understood that is was Gina’s time to go and requested to see her body after she had passed. John and the staff made sure his request was honored.
Post mortem results showed that Gina had tumors throughout her body. May you rest in peace dear Gina the Tiger. Thank you for sharing your story and exposing a “canned” Tiger hunt to the world. The world is a better place because you were here. Special kudos to John and his staff for using “unconventional” medicine to further understand the needs of animals.
You can brush your teeth with your cat on your head...and have a camera ready to take pictures of the event.
This is impressive! You may recognize one of our most favorite funny bloggers, “The Bloggess” as she IS a “Cat Person”. Not only can she brush her teeth with her cat on her head, but she has a tripod and camera set up in the bathroom to capture said event.
You know, we believe her cat could be styled into a “Bumpits” with a “Live” pony tail swinging about. Snooki, you are not the only one ready for the Jersey Shore this summer! ME-OUCH!
You ARE a cat person if you put your cat into training to play ping pong or do something clever so he can be a video star. However, you ARE NOT a cat person if you are any of these people (or animals) getting your butt kicked by an awesome kitty cat!
Today I got a call from my neighbor letting us know that there is a swan in the middle of the road in Johnsonburg. I thought to my self..Sunday morning, 8am..give it a while and she will move on. But, 2 hours later..here comes another neighbor..”Hurry, hurry! The swan almost got hit by a car!’
So, off we go to get the swan.
It seems she/he must have gotten frozen somewhere and lost some of its flight feathers..so we catch it and bring it back to antler ridge. After a few hours of observation the swan is fine, just needs to be on a pond. So I called Melinda and she said “Of course!’
Here is the swan on Melinda’s pond for recovery. Signed Kelly…just another day at Antler Ridge
Concerned people, just like you, making a difference one animal, one rescue at a time.