How we respect our wildlife visitors

The anipals we share our home with…even if we do bark an carry On BOL

DID I SAY THAT OUT LOUD

Living in a rural area is a blessing…as a nature lover and an owner of domestic animals it is up to us to make sure that the two live in a respectful way.

We didn’t move to the country to urbanise our lives nor did we move here to intrude on the natural environment around us.

We certainly had a culture shock when we moved..yes we had 11 acres of land surrounding us and we knew we would have wildlife…and within the first 10 minutes of me waiting for the keys to our new home the dogs and I met the locals….a mob of roos..the dogs were beside themselves..they had never seen anything like this before..the roos …well they seemed bemused..and as they took off across our front yard the realisation of the work we had to do was abundantly clear!

The 11 acres is fenced..but the house had no…

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6 thoughts on “How we respect our wildlife visitors

    1. Hahaahahah yes the pups here like to bark their noodles off at them..so time out for them while the Roos do their thing heheheh 🙂 hugs to you Lily and Edward 🙂 Fozziemum xx

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    1. CK we don’t have Bilby’s here sadly they are extinct in Victoria.they are nationally in a lot of trouble endangered indeed..they now are only found in some parts of Queensland…Western Australia and the Northern Territory..such a sweet little creature and another species unique to us that is in danger 😦 we love the roos here and just a few hours ago they were having brekkie out the front yard again 🙂 the pups had brekkie inside so they could graze in peace..the kitties were on the kitchen bench wondering why they have such long tails and how the jump so high 🙂 hugs Fozziemum xxx

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