The cute little red fox is quite a savage beast. It also shows us that the current fad for filming rare or relatively rare birds on nests with the use of web cameras can sometimes wind up with the ending we weren’t expecting:
Would this work similarly when introducing a cat to our dog? We have a coonhound mix (about 70 lbs) that we have had for 5 years. We adopted him when he was about one year old, so we don't know what the first year of his life was like. He is very interested in cats when we see them on walks. He first stops and stares at them, then starts baying. We would love to adopt a kitty, but don't know how to do it safely. He has never been in a crate. He is usually a very calm, well behaved dog and we just have never had the need for one. If the cat is the one being introduced to the family, which one would you crate? Any advice you have for us would be MUCH appreciated! Thank you!
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Last month, I shared an outfit post where Essley and I were just, ya know, hanging in the Sonoran desert in unintentionally matching dresses. And I mentioned in that post that these days, the vast majority of the outfit posts I share (which are probably 3-5 a year, if that) are taken on annual Arizona vacations, because the scenery is just so beautiful. So it will come as no surprise that this outfit post was also taken on our trip there in April. I almost didn’t share these photos because in all honesty, the dress looks a lot better in person – the golden hour sun sort of washed out the details of the cut and pattern, and it almost resembles a hospital gown in these shots if we’re being honest. But in real life I am smitten with the dress, and the background scenery is just to good not to share. So here we are.
I wonder if our backyard looked like this if I’d shoot more outfit posts, or if it’s just not my thing anymore in general. Regardless, I have a feeing that even if it comes down to only being one of these posts a year, I’ll never give up shooting them when we’re in the desert. Even when the outfit may be a little lackluster, the landscape makes up for it. Give me all the cacti and desert sun, man.
I’m so glad these taxonomy issues are being raised on a popular science Youtube series:
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