Readers keep asking about how the Gentle Woman’s new bunny (Sunshine) is doing. So here is his latest picture.
Sunshine and Lubby are fascinated with whatever is outside the screen door. Most people think that rabbits and cats cannot co-exist in the same house, but the Gentle Woman has found that as long as you show the cat that the bunny is also a member of the family, they can get along just fine.
The Gentle Woman is so good with animals that people in the neighborhood often ask her to watch over other creatures while they are away.
This is Oakley, a very young Golder Retriever who lives in the neighborhood. In case you are wondering; don’t worry. Oakley is never allowed near the rabbit or the cat.
Oakley relaxing on a hot afternoon. Golden Retrievers are one of the friendliest breeds of dog. However if you are going to get one, don’t forget that they are big and extremely strong and need lots of room to run and exercise. Also, if you have a pool or live anywhere near one, you will find that they are true “water dogs.” They will dive into any body of water they can find. That includes pools, lakes and mud puddles. If you get a Golden Retriever make sure you also buy a leash and a big towel.
This is Hailey Girl an 11 year old Mountain Cur. This breed of dogs were originally guard dogs. They are friendly to the people who own them, but are very distrustful of others. They are about 2/3 the size of a Golden Retriever. The one drawback to this breed is that Mountain Curs love to bark. It seems to be their main joy in life.
If you love animals, then come to Adoption Day at Community Animal Hospital in Morris Plains NJ on July 20th. Our friends from Safe Haven Rabbit Rescue will be there, as well as the Gentle Woman herself.
There will be food and fun and lots of animals in need of a good loving home. East Coast Stories will be covering the event and posting pictures of it. See you there!
- Sunday July 20th 11am-3pm
- 921 Rt 53 Morris Plains, NJ
- Info: Telephone (973)-267-4220