We often assume that everyone else sees things the way we do. However, simple differences in perceptions, mindsets and emotions can cause people to see things from entirely different ways. Now imagine a world through the eyes of your pet dog. The vast difference in height, senses and thought processes would make them see things vastly differently from us, wouldn’t it?
If you are planning to keep your own chickens in the yard or garden, you’ll need to get your egg-producing pets a nice home to protect them the elements. A chicken coop is exactly what you need to do so and learning how to build an effective and well placed coop can go a long way in keeping your chickens healthy and happy.
Just what exactly gives a good chicken coop? Many believe that cost is the main factor but that is not necessarily the case. You don’t need to shell out $300 like some others do. In fact, the cost of building one can actually be a lot cheaper if you know how to make use of spare material in your house. What really matters is knowing the right factors that make for a good chicken coop and this article was written to help you understand these factors.
As an animal communicator, you get the chance to meet and speak with many animal species, breeds and characters. Sometimes, you get the honour to speak with an animal guide, an old soul, whose sole purpose on this Earth and lifetime is to provide deep spiritual guidance to his carer.
I am proud to say that I am an animal rights activist. I would love to be able to do more to save animals from inhumane death and the savagery of humans so when I receive an email like this one, I am ecstatic! Animals Australia has done a fantastic job in saving the wild horses of the Kimberleys! Thank you!