Posted February 24, 2012 by Lady Bee

.... The Rabb, distinguishable by his webbed feet and fringes of skin along
his limbs, is known to leap from tree branches onto the ground into a
smooth skid, kind of like a ball player sliding into second base.

Posted February 24, 2012 by Lady Luck

When I was a kid, my mom gave me a jar to fill with loose change so I could save it up and maybe buy something I normally wouldn't be able to afford a few months down the road. She eventually replaced it with the most adorable pink piggy bank in the world--something I couldn't bear to break when I needed the money one day.

Posted February 22, 2012 by Lady Luck

I get Monday blues regularly. There's always something about heading back to work after spending an entire weekend with my friends, family, and beloved pets. So what I like to do instead is bring a little something with me to work that reminds me of home.

Posted February 20, 2012 by Lady Luck

You know how that saying goes when you get tongue-tied and can't say anything in response to what someone else just said? The saying that goes, "Cat got your tongue?" That's not what these adorable Cat Tape Dispensers will do to you, but they will let you get your tape--and cut it, too--faster.

Posted February 19, 2012 by Lady Luck

Most people eat chocolate directly from the wrapper or bag it was packaged in. Some transfer the extra pieces of chocolate into a jar or dispenser of some sort. While others--well, others want to eat their chocolate only after it's been pooped out by an animal of some sort. A penguin or a moose, maybe.

Posted February 16, 2012 by Lady Bee

Researchers from Hungary and Sweden have conducted some fascinating
studies on light reflection and proposed a theory of why zebras have
stripes.

 

Posted February 16, 2012 by Lady Luck

Pets stay with you through thick or thin, no matter what you do or how much money you have. They will love regardless of your race or status, regardless of your educational background or your reputation. Your pet will love you for you.

Posted February 15, 2012 by Lady Bee

On the African island of Madagascar, where
some of the most exotic wildlife is found, German and American
researchers have found a unique chameleon, the Brookesia micra, now known as the smallest reptile on the planet.