We proudly would like to introduce our babies friends to you, our dear readers ^w^
And you are welcome to keep in touch with them. Oh, if you can help by either donating to this project of ours or wanting to adopt them (there are others for your selection too) yourself, we would like to give you a big, warm hug and wanna say: “Let’s keep in touch!”.
Ehehe if you’ve got your own animal(s), whether or not it’s adoption, plzzzzzzzzzzzz introduce them to us too, ne?
OK, here they are!
1, Baby #1: Antipodean Albatross from New Zealand. Unfortunately at the moment, our baby’s adoption renewal documents are still on the way (New Zealand is kinda far away from us) so we can’t post our baby’s picture here for your enjoyment. But promise we’ll post once it arrives. This baby of ours is 2 years old (aka the time baby stays with us).
2, Baby #2: Snow Leopard. As ^_^Tanpopo was in love with Asian culture 10-something years ago, she immediately adopted this baby some years ago once she’s learned about this profound creature hidden deep into Himalaya region. She looks as fluffy as cotton candy but as delicate and graceful as water fluid, as found in cat family. It’s heart-wrenching to know that she and her fellow-creatures are at the edge of being ceased of existence on Earth. But baby is strong and still finds a way to live until now. Strong baby, right? And baby is 4 years old.
3, Baby #3: Blue Whale — 3 years old, with us. This baby is the largest animal ever to have lived on Earth, and also one of the most mysterious creatures ever, despite we can see baby once in a while near water’s surface. Human kind still have no clue about where or when baby will give birth to later babies; about why baby and fellows move around all oceans whole year, in a cycle; about baby’s many habits; about baby’s love life and sweet home; about how baby can dive and disappear into ocean’s depth where even a big, giant submerging ship can’t stand water pressure and have to be broken down, without saying goodbye many times in a year, etc and etc. Similar to Snow Leopard baby’s story, Blue Whale baby was also nearly extincted some years ago. Lately, its population is around 5,000 but this number is decreasing again ;_____;
R.I.P babies: 3 Asian dogs, one is in light brown with white / black spots (passed away due to being old), one is in light grey with black dots (got kidnapped ;____;) and one is in earth brown (illed).
Here are some pics of our babies.
And if you want our babies as your screensaver, here are some for your enjoyment. Sharing is caring, yes yes yes? o(^w^)o