Leicester Animal Aid’s Community Pet Support Scheme Community Pet Support Scheme was launched in August 2016 to provide practical support for the elderly, physically disabled and housebound to care for their companion animals in their own homes.
The project aims to enhance human and animal wellbeing through sustaining the relationship between companion animal and human in the community for as long as it is mutually beneficial.
The free-to-use scheme currently operates in the Leicestershire districts of Blaby, Oadby & Wigston and Hinckley & Bosworth.
Thank you to the Scheme’s funders:
– Mars UK through their Pedigree Feeding Brighter Futures Fund for £11,000
– Edith Murphy Foundation for £10,000
– The People’s Postcode Trust for £14,695
– The Kennel Club Charitable Trust for £10,901
– Support Adoption For Pets for £2,416
Dozer Does – A Bulldog’s Life!!! is your chance to ADOPT Dozer The Bulldog as your own virtual pet. Follow this energetic, fun loving character as he travels, skateboards and just dances through life. His goal is to post something everyday for the rest of his life. Ambitious? Yes! So follow the journey and make him your own. A Bulldog’s Life is a life worth living. Woof! Woof!
MY GEAR – BULLITT BIKE –
ELECTRIC POWER 4 BIKE –
BIKE SUPPORT –
GIMBAL STABILIZER –
SELFIE STICK –
CAMERA MOUNTS –
BENDY TRIPOD –
CAMERA IPHONE 7PLUS –
LAPTOP COMPUTER –
EDITING SOFTWARE –
Funny bulldog Dozer does a dog vlog. He covers such topics as training your bulldog, pet adoption, bulldog training, bulldog puppies and funny bulldogs as virtual pets. Training your bulldog can be easy. You can teach a bulldog skateboarding or have a surfing bulldog. … Read More
Here is a demonstration of the cat mode from the ‘32 in 1 New Generation Virtual Pets’ keychain sold in Australia.
I know of multiple versions of this pet including a 49 in 1 but the only one sold in Australia as of the time of recording is the one shown here although there are other colours available including Blue and Pink.
Inexpensive Annual Flowers for Your Garden
1. BACHELOR’S BUTTON
Also known as cornflower, this annual has fringed, daisy-like blue, white, pink or purple blooms. Sow seed directly in the garden in early spring. Bachelor’s button prefers full sun and blooms late in the season, even past frost.
Most annuals are small and compact, but cosmos grows to 4 feet high, with spidery foliage and daisy-like flowers. Sow cosmos seeds in spring, after the last frost, in full sun. They’ll bloom profusely most of the summer and work well at the back of the garden.
These common flowers brighten hanging baskets and pots with their blooms all summer. They are slow to grow from seed, but are easily propagated from cuttings. Many gardeners bring geraniums indoors over the winter. Cut them back and set them in a cool, indoor location until the following spring.
No … Read More