RSS READER (very quick and easy) Install the reader.
Now go to http://exoticpets.bellaonline.com and scroll down to the end of the features. You will see the red RSS button, right click on it. Use the 'copy shortcut' option to copy to your clipboard. Now go into the RSS reader and hit the ADD button. Use CONTROL-V on your keyboard to paste that URL into the spot.
You will LOVE this little gadget. I have CNN on it, weather and I instantly know when something changes.
Here's the latest article from the Exotic Pets site at BellaOnline.com.
Geckos make an interesting exotic pet. With so many species of geckos, ranging from diurnal to nocturnal, you have to consider which gecko will fit in best with your lifestyle. Educate yourself before purchasing any pet or exotic pet.
Winter is getting close!
I want to remind my readers that the nasty, awful, horrible, the “S” word (snow) can hit really early. I just love winter. (NOT) Back in 1991 on Halloween there was a terrible blizzard in Minnesota. In the Duluth area there was 36 inches of the white stuff. I lived toward the northern middle of Minnesota very near Leech Lake. Many areas were without electricity for several days. I have been in ice storms; even right here in South Dakota where it is almost tropical. (I can dream) That early winter blizzard taught me something very important. Winter preparedness; be ready, sometimes earlier than you could imagine. Here is an article to help you get ready for winter. There are several helpful suggestions for the heat of summer as well.
Preparing Pets for a Winter Emergency
Wallabies are marsupials that look like a kangaroo but are smaller. The greatest populations would be found in Australia and New Zealand. Care and information on Wallabies.
The Exotic Pets Forum has really been going hot and heavy. There are some great discussions taking place, there are even a few sparks flying. There are also a few pictures of my pets posted in the forum if you like to take a peek. There will be plenty more pictures soon. While you are there please introduce yourself.
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