|Copyright: Dany Lafond (Tamtidelam)
|Date Taken: 2006-07-03|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-04-07 13:03|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [French]|
|On en veut du soleil, alors en voici!|
If I understood the text of Henri well Saux, then I run to buy a ticket for the Dominican Republic!
In this time of Easter here an advertisement which I read:
(hope Alta vista will be clear to you)
At a few Easter Days, it is still of practice (no matter what less current than a few years ago) to offer to young people one chick. Why not a different way make the things in 2007 by adopting a kitten temporarily?
It is at least the suggestion that us make the persons in charge for the SPCA Laurentides-Labelle whereas the needs for adoption of kittens are shouting.
"In this season of the ranges, the sad eyes abound in the kittens of the SPCA Laurentides-Labelle. Indeed, several she-cats and their ranges arrived to us recently and the refuge faces an urgent need for families of reception and adoption as well as the voluntary ones ". Provided food The team of the SPCA Laurentides-Labelle calls upon the population to accomodate animals "temporarily" in order to get a calm environment to them. "food and the care are provided by the refuge, which offers also a formation to the families of reception". SPCA LL also needs voluntary to help the team of employees to take care of the animals, and more particularly of the kittens to the pouponnière. That made reflect...
And in any event the chick and the rabbit very often, finished with the S.P.C.A. ... think about it please
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Bonjour Dany ,
Excellente composition, et jolie note pour les chatons de la SPCA pour l'adoption d'un chat..J'aime la photo que tu présentes avec ce joli bouquet de fleurs..supers ..Joyeuses Pâques..
And if there is no sun, these fresh flowers will bring a bit of sunshine to everyone who looks at this photo.
A spring frame to add to the feeling of well-being.
Yes it's a shame how people often start taking in pets and don't know that you really have to take care off them - then they end up with the SPCA - same story everywhere.
We always had animals, but now we like to travel and decided not to take in any new ones (and our daughter already has two cats (Dawn and Misty) who we can spoil when she is away for a few days.
Thanks for your sunshine.