"Not to hurt our humble brethren (the animals) is our first duty to them, but to stop there is not enough. We have a higher mission to be of service to them whenever they require it." - St. Francis of Assisi
Wow. That is some beautiful work. I love seeing the after hours happenings!!Painter Pack
From the blog hop: This is just fascinating! Thank you for what you do. I have taken many a wild animal to be rehabilitated - from birds, to a whole nest of abandoned baby squirrels.
Wow that was really neat. We have Oppossums and Raccoons in our backyard occassionally. We live in the heart of the city too! I think they like our fruit trees -- orange, lemon and loquat. Drives Opie Nuts. Just hopping byOpie's mom
Loquat is for cough and lung in Chinese medicine. Sometimes i would take the Ninjiom Pei Pa Koa which is an extract of loquat when got sore throat. You can access info online @en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nin_Jiom_Pei_Pa_Koaninjiom.50webs.com