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But it’s probably a good idea to keep a regular calendar for just in case they want to join in the celebration or, perhaps, be the guardian of their very precious friend.

And if your daughter is still “in school” when she heads out for Easter this year, she will also make an absolutely brilliant mascot for the day. A young cat may not get as much play as a human being during this Easter week, but she sure will come in handy during the next month! As usual, take your girl to the park and make sure she gets a great experience of the holidays. And if she catches the eye of another child, you’ll be the first one to share a few words of thanks.

Eve (aka the moon) may be the star of the show this year, but she won’t be in the sky for too long. When the sun rises up over the horizon, your little creature will emerge into the twilight to shine a new light in the otherwise dark new world that your baby will soon have so much of. It’s just the time of the month for our boys, so this is a big time for them too.

This year’s holiday season is another one for those who go without a “daytime” routine. But since we can make the most of it with the help of the stars, we’ll spend our Easter weekend just as a group, and we’ll enjoy each others’ company. Perhaps on our private balcony overlooking the lake. And maybe at the local grocery!

The season is already over in the U.S. and on the other hand, at the end of May in Europe, it will begin to get cold and dark. But don’t worry, our little animals will still be there to feed and entertain us. Because as Mother Nature says “There are no bad days!”.

Enjoy the season by doing “the simplest act.” It’s a good idea to get in touch with one or two friends to give them a special gift, or get a couple of family members together and share a hearty meal - the day they came out of their hibernation/solitary confinement…

White and her coauthors do a good job of explaining the spread of disease with the simple but effective analogy of a fire in a home. As I watched the man and his team work I noticed there were a good few moments of confusion after another animal died, in my memory a few, this one more than a few.
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