Creatures Great and Small

For Big Animal Fans


Facts about a spiders

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Spiders don’t breath

Spiders are not insects! They are called arachnids, just like Scorpions and other extraordinary animals

Most spiders live on land, but the most dangerous spiders live in water, so watch out when you go to the beach and go into the sea! (I’m joking, maybe)…

Wolf spiders carry their spiders on her back!!!

You are always three feet away from a spider

Five Fantastic Lion Facts (They Are Roar-some)

Image result for lionLions, they are a fantastic breed that is very scary but wonderful to know about. These are just 5 roar-some facts of the fantastic lion breed, that you could learn!

A lions scientific name is panthera leo. can you imagine never calling a lion, lion! instead you call it panthera leo, it seams too posh!!

An adult roar can be heard by 8km mile away. If you lived near were they lived and you could hear them roar every single time?  I would escape to another country.

Lions are the 2nd biggest cat in the cat group!

Do you wonder how lions eat their prey ill tell you… dont read if your a animal lover…especially a zebra lover:


  1. Lions see if they’re are any animals heading their way.


  1. The lion runs and attack the prey


  1. They break its skull of and they’re wind pipe so it suffocates it and the prey DIES!!!

When a lion is living at a zoo they eat:



Horse meat (RARELY)

Q. What does a religious lion say just before it hunts

A. Let us prey!! 🙂

Five tips for getting a new puppy

It is a very exciting time when you can introduce your new puppy to its forever home but there are a few things you need to think about.

Here are somethings you need to think about

  1. You fist need to think about what breed would be best for you and think about how much the different breeds shed.
  2. Introducing your puppy to other dogs.
  3. Toilet training
  4. Getting into an everyday routine
  5. How long to leave your puppy on its own to help separation problems
  6. The puppy’s 2nd vaccinations
  7. Puppy training classes
  8. What type of collar to get if you are getting a sight hound (Italian greyhound, whippet or greyhound) you will need a wide collar for when they are older.
  9. If you have decided on a sight hound then  you may need a small coat for the winter as they can get quite cold on winter walks.


  1. Make sure you have a blanket from the puppies first home so it has the scent of the mum and siblings on it.
  2. Make sure you remove anything from your house that is poisonous or dangerous that your puppy may chew.
  3. You need to introduce your puppy to other dogs but these dogs must be fully vaccinated and healthy so they don’t pass anything on to the puppy.
  4. It is useful to take your puppy to training classes to help it get used to other puppies but also to teach your puppy the basics.
  5. You will need to provide your puppy with some toys to simulate them.

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Jack’s Story

Jack is a bay(brown pony). His height is 14 hands (144cm).He is a lovely pony but sadly he had a horrible past. He was rescued and was treated really badly when he was younger.

When he was rescued he was very nervous and he did not trust anyone .

He has come along way since then he is still quite nervous and unpredictable but he is much happier and relaxed. Although he is is cheeky he is lovely to ride. But sadly he suffers from catatonia which is post traumatic stress disorder but for horses but it does not effect him that much. 

Jack lives on a farm/stables he also lives in a field with all his friends. He loves his food and in his feed he has calm and condition because it good for him ,chaff because it balanced his feed out and stops him eating it too quickly. He also has pony nuts to help his long term health . He also has lots of treats but his favorites are extra strong mints. 

He loves show jumping  but he is unsure about it  sometimes. He now has a happy life at a stables that treat him well.

Tips for getting a new kitten/cat

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Things to have before bringing the new kitten/cat home…

  1. Make sure you have a nice new home/bed for the kitten/cat.
  2. Make sure you have a litter box (with litter). It is up to you to decide which type of litter you choose for your kitten/cat.
  3. Make sure you have a variety of different food for your kitten/cat to try. It is up to you to decide what foods you give them.
  4. Make sure that they will have enough room to run about and play.
  5. Get a few toys for them to play with.

It may take some time (or not) for your kitten/cat to get used to their new home; just be prepared to:

  1. Introduce them to their new home, family members/other pets (if you have any).
  2. Clean up after them.
  3. Potty train them.
  4. Get into the everyday routine.
  5. Give them a lot of attention/play with them a lot.

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