The National Parks Board (NParks) is calling the public not to release animals into the wild this Vesak Day on Saturday. NParks director of conservation Wong Tuan Wah said: "We would like to appeal to the public not to release animals into the wild as it means sending them to their deaths."As some of these animals are usually kept as pets, they are not likely to survive as they are not used to the surroundings and are not able to cope in the wild. If these animals carry viruses, they will also affect other native wildlife."
Now that my mom is on the way to recovery and will be heading home soon..I'm thinking of getting a small dog to keep me company. What is the best small dog to get that does not bark all the time, not so furry (I don't like shedding hair) and friendly to people but fierce to strangers? Thanks.
We went horse riding in the Blue Mountains and ever since we came home from Sydne last December, my daughter has been bugging me to get her a horse. The thing with Singapore is I honestly do not know where to put the horse. Buying the horse is probably easier than its maintenance in an island where space is a scarcity and a privilege. I've heard about the Saddle Club here on Angloinfo but not sure exactly what their services are. Do they have a boarding stable for horse owners? Or is there another place where we could board the horse? My next question is can we buy a horse here? Or should we import it from home? Many thanks for your help.
As we were going home yesterday afternoon, I saw a cat chasing a bird. We chased the cat away especially because we thought the bird was injured. It turned out that it is a baby bird trying to learn how to fly. We kept the bird in an old hamster cage (good thing we had one) but we know that we cannot keep that long. What should we do? How do we teach the bird how to fly? What should we feed the bird? Thank you in advance for your kind help.