$5 from every bag of LifeWise sold donated to Kitty Cat Cove

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This month we are donating $5 from every bag of LifeWise Food sold to our fabulous rescue group Kitty Cat Cove. Donna devotes countless hours to rescuing cats and kittens and loves what she does so we want to try and assist her in any way we can by donating $5 from every bag sold of a great food.

LifeWise also have an amazing loyalty program with your 6th bag for free.


Brontosaurus Pet of the Month

Meet Bodhi who is our Brontosaurus Pet of the month for July! Bodhi is a gorgeous Ragdoll Kitten. Come in for your free cat treat gorgeous Bodhi #pets #brontosauruspets #coffscoast #coffsharbour #welovepets #coffsnsw #petofthemonth #brontobaby


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weird & wonderful facts for kids: a foal’s eponychium

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When a baby horse, called a foal, is born its hooves look pretty odd and alienish. The hooves are soft and have what’s called an eponychium [ep-uh-nik-ee-uh m], which is fancy for “hoof capsule.” It might not seem so weird until the hoof is turned over, and there you will see soft, rubbery, finger-like projections.

Even though it might look gross to some people, this is very important for the foal to have so that during birth the foal’s hooves do not tear the mother’s birth canal. Hoof capsules are deciduous (meaning to shed away) so they will fall off shortly after he starts to walk and then start to harden into the hooves we are familiar with.

Other names for the hoof capsule are fairy fingers, fairy slippers, or golden slippers. These nicknames make them sound a little more wonderful than weird!