Reception Dogs The Reception dogs had an interesting week. OFSDS hosted a seminar and it was held in the reception area so all of the dementia dogs and the other dogs who stay in reception got lots of attention from the seminar attendees. All of the dementia dogs continue to hold their own. To Foster
This week we had the pleasure of visiting Kitten Rescue and meeting some really cute kittens! How purrfect is this little one? After a failed first clutch, the Decorah North Eagles have a successful hatch! The GSB Falcons have also welcomed another eyas to their little family! Willie and Billie have laid their first egg!
Thanks to Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary, we will be receiving weekly updates regarding the dogs at the sanctuary. Every week, Sally and OFSDS will give us a brief update on the following topics: Dementia dogs, Dogs who have crossed the Rainbow Bridge, and Dogs who have found forever foster homes. Here were last week’s updates:
It is the morning of Tuesday, April 24th, 2018, and from my desk in the MpalaLive.org control room, I have an over-the-shoulder view of the camera operators, monitors, and navigation tools. The Ewaso Ng’iro river is rapidly rising and the hippos have been relegated to the edges of the opposite river bank. Fred and Anne keep tilting their cameras
It’s one of our favorite times of the year…Walrus Cam is back! This week we also welcomed back the Puffin Burrow cam and the Guillemot cam! Charlotte and Charlie have welcomed a second egg to the Charlo Osprey Nest! The Great Spirit Bluff Peregrine Falcons have welcomed their first eyas to the nest! We also