Monday, 24 February 2014

drive safe with baby British Army hare

well, some really exciting news!

here is my first litter of leverets ~ born in British Army dpm cams!

and a few of them are now in the mail on their way to their forever homes!

em, I mean forever vehicles!

because they are 'drive safe' hares after all 
(opinionated little back seat drivers that dangle from your rear-view-mirror, keeping you right on the roads)
(these ones have a Scottish accent ofcourse :)

I think they are really, really very pretty!
the cams are ever so flattering eh?

and aren't they all so adorable standing to attention on parade? 
ingrained discipline because they came from real service cams that have seen time

and like the stray dogs that they help to raise funds for thru the charity Nowzad,
these little beasties also have scars and nicks and many imperfections

ofcourse that doesn't bother any of them in the slightest

they are just happy to find a loving home and a loving heart

with someone who will accept them exactly as they are
without requiring any changes
or imposing any conditions on them

okay, let's be serious here -
if this tiny lagomorph could breathe and eat 
then in reality 
you would find your curtains shredded to bits (as far up as their hind legs will let them stretch ~ and yes, my curtains are still in tatters from Wesley and Arabella), 
you would find your telephone cable snipped in two (yes, it will happen every single time you leave even 5mm of it exposed), 
your carpets will be 'dug' into and torn up... (yes, sigh, such is the lagomorph burrower), 
you would have your digestives stolen off your side plate in a nick and 
your shoelaces will be nibbled to bits, even the parts between the eyelets.. (yes, true, I have had to replace so many laces I considered wearing slip-ons (uh okay, just joking there..) )

so maybe you have room in your life for a non-breathing, non-eating leveret perhaps?

though non-eating and non-breathing does not mean non-alive,
cause seriously - get a look at that sparkly little blue eye, so full of personality and resolve and determination and...

and for every hare sold I donate approx 25% to Nowzad, around £4 / $6

to help homeless stray little fluffy things like those above

~ yeah ~ puppies!!

and for those stray puppies that have outgrown their fluffyness
but are still adorable none the less
my donations still help the stray dogs that the soldiers take in and 'adopt'
and the strays that 'adopt' themselves to a soldier, because that happens often too

and sometimes the soldiers take in those cute little bundles of pocket-sized fluffyness when they are out on patrol

it's a win-win situation 

and Nowzad reunite the strays, who have been adopted by the soldiers whilst on deployment, thru official means

and you have beautiful, loving outcomes for all involved

glad to be helping!

uh -oh! dissention in the ranks.....

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