My mother started supporting the WWF (World Wildlife Fund for Nature) when I was little and even though we never had much, we try to give what we can and live a sustainable life. I come from families of farmers and grew up in the country part-time so I never felt quite at home in the city. I grew up with a deep-founded respect for all living things, cute or not.

Though I know it is not much, I believe that every little helps and supporting a good cause like the WWF through adopting animals is also a fun way to contribute and give a giftsto others. Our combined Zoo is continuously growing, to help remind us, that there is still more we can do every day.

The latest addition is the Snow Leopard I adopted on behalf of my black ninjacat. A cat? I know it sounds weird, but why not. My cat was also adopted from a shelter, were it was very unhappy, always meowing and wanting out. He now lives with us and is the most balanced and polite cat I have ever known. He makes us happy every day – even when he acts miffed because I try to take yet another photo.

Anticipating comical results, I wanted to line up our adopted (stuffed) animals…

…this is the result. What a bunch!

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No one move. Let’s get this over with quickly.

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Ninjacat: Ok, who farted?
Panda: Whaddya looking at me for?
Snowleo: I think it was –
Polarbear: Shut.up.

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…instead I could be catching mice. I never want to work with these unprofessional guys again.

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