David & The Cats

WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO:

This week it has been very snowy and very dark outside. The sun actually never comes up. We won’t see the sun again until late January.

Since we were feeling a little under the weather, Zoe thought it was a good idea to plop us down in front of the TV and watch David Attenborough talking about birds!

And it actually turned out to be quite a lot of fun! Check it out:

That was fun! It was even fun when thought that the birds had flown behind the TV, and then when we went to check if they were there, we of course felt real stupid!

Yeah! And David is so good at explaining stuff!

Mhm, I know.

*Winks at Lola*

What’s that supposed to mean?!?

Oh, nothing… It’s just that it’s so obvious that you have a thing for him.

WHAT!? Naha!

Oh, just admit it!

Well, alright… I call dibs!

 

FUN FACT:

Male donkeys are called jacks and females are called jennets or jennies. Donkeys are very social and usually live in a group called a herd. The herd is usually lead by one jack and consists of several jennies in the wild.

 

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Sasha The Strangest

WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO:

We have been binge watching season 2 of Stranger Things! Poor Zoe has a bit of a cold so we’ve been just chillaxing on the couch with her.

And I have been giving her a neckrub, which she is really enjoying!

A neckrub?! You are just literally being a pain in the neck!

FUN FACT:

The cat that dies in Season 2 of Stranger Things is called Mews.

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Welcome to 2017 with Our 100th Post!

WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO:

We have been celebrating New Year’s Eve by writing our 100th blog post! Yup, 100! You read it right! We have posted a blog post almost every week for 2 years!

We want to thank all our new and old readers from all over the world for reading our blog!

This map shows all the countries we have had views from in 2016:

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And these are some statistics from 2016:

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Hey, Lola, don’t you think this is amazing?

Yeah, I do think it’s amazing!

FUN FACT:

Cats can tell the difference between the motion of a living thing such as a mouse or a TV image of a wildebeest and the motion of an inanimate object such as a blown leaf or a rolled ball. In one experiment, cats were shown moving images on two computer screens. One image contained 14 dots that represented the outline of a walking or running cat. The other contained 14 randomly moving dots. The cats consistently distinguished between the interesting animal motion dots (animals = food potential) and the less interesting random dots.

Read more here: http://messybeast.com/intelligence.htm

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