Saturday, 4 May 2013

My week in pictures

A week ago, Jim & I found a tiny baby hare in a field. He was hurt and lonely so
we took him home. We fed him and gave him a chance to rest in the warm.
I was really scared he wasn't going to make it...

But after a few days, he started to look a lot better!

(Look at that tiny tongue!)

We decided to take him to an animal sanctuary (PACT) to make sure everything was okay. They were surprised to see him as they had already welcomed two other baby hares this month (apparently very rare!).  The vet said he looked okay (yay!) and they're now giving him all the attention he needs! But I must admit, I do miss him...


Some of my figurine collection...

And lovely cuddles with Sura!


  1. awwwww that baby hare is adorable! so good of you to look after it :D xx

  2. Aaw, I think it's so lovely that you nursed the baby hare back to health! xxx

  3. Aww! I'm just catching up with posts and I've just seen this!
    Porr little thing is so lucky that you found it

  4. aww poor little guy, so nice of you to take care of him. My friends are doing the same right now :)
    Have a lovely weekend

  5. “We tend to think animals are lower than us, but all the scientists in the world couldn’t design and operate a bumblebee’s wing. We can’t jump or run very fast, and we can’t carry vast weights like an ant can. We can’t see in the dark and we can’t fly except crammed in a noisy tube like sardines, which doesn’t count. Humans compared to animals are almost totally deaf, and we can’t smell a fart in an elevator by their standards. We are finite and separate, and neurotic, while the consciousness of an animal is at peace and eternal. We strive and go crazy to become more important. Animals rest and sleep and enjoy the company of each other. We think we have evolved upwards from animals but we have lost almost all of their qualities and abilities. The idea that animals don’t have consciousness or that they don’t have a soul is rather crass. It shows a lack of consciousness. They talk, they have families, they feel things, they act individually or together to solve problems, they often care of their young as a tribal unit. They play, they travel, and medicate themselves when they get sick. They cry when others in the herd die, they know about us humans. Of course they have a soul, a very pristine one. We humans are only now attempting with the recent rise in consciousness to achieve the soul that animals have naturally.” — Stuart Wilde