Dear friends, do you ever have a pet? I used to have rabbits (but stray cats ate them) and gooses (no, you don't need eyeglasses, I really had gooses as my pets, but then my neighbor's dog ate them, only one goose survived). After I went to high school I got very busy and had to stop having pets. So I gave the only surviving goose to my uncle who had a farm. I hope the goose had a wonderful life there.
M&D and I never take birds as pets because we believe they are born to fly freely. But guess what we always find in our house despite the fact that, thanks to D (I secretly believe that D is of Gypsy descent), we have been moving in and out of several houses in the last couple of years?
Hello, sparrows! There is nothing more beautiful than being awoken by their chirps. These small birds are always on the run, either building their nests, playing with their mates or simply flying around like some intoxicated animals. Where do these small birds get the energy?
Recently, D built fish ponds and put several fishes, such as ikan mas (gold fish), ikan lele (catfish), and ikan patin (also a kind of catfish, but larger than lele). However, instead of finding baby fishes, we have been finding tadpoles and frogs in the ponds. Now we can have an orchestra of frogs every time the rain falls:).