Working with Carrie Fisher was a real highlight of my life. We talked about life and love and loss....and Star Wars. She was funny, sweet and smart. the whole time I was acting with her I felt like a child. It was really hard to keep my cool.
Great news - missing children Indianna (5 years) and Julia (4 years) Pisoni who went missing from their Pennington home this morning have been located safe and well.
Thanks to everyone for sharing the post and keeping an eye out.
Police know the importance of locating someone as quickly as possible in order to minimise the trauma and anxiety for loved ones, and as such we encourage friends or relatives to contact police as soon as they become concerned about someone who is missing (you do NOT have to wait 24 hours before reporting someone missing).
When it's way past bedtime but u can't sleep cos it's your BIRTHDAY tomorrow!!! 5 years of pure joy for all my family, I'm really something to celebrate. Cooked breakky has to be on the cards for sure!! #phillyturnsfive
Curiosity nearly cost this little kitten his life. But the fire brigade and a bottle of something found in most kitchens managed to save tiny “Brian”.
It’s believed the stray kitten was exploring the depths of the large dumpster in Keilor Park, Melbourne when he attempted a quick escape through the drainage pipe. The only problem? His shoulders were wider than his tiny head; causing him to become stuck. And the more he struggled the more unlikely his exit became.
Enter the Metropolitan Fire Brigade who used olive oil as a lubricant to loosen his body from the pipe and free him. Finally ending an adventure that “Brian” (named after the MFB rescuer that kept him calm during the rescue) hoped he'd never have.
I’ll let you know if Brian is looking for a home. After squeezing a lifetime of experiences into his first few months, he’ll surely be looking for a slower pace of life now. Well let's hope so.
It turns out that wise and distinguished look that grey haired pets possess might say more than we thought. In fact, going prematurely grey could actually give a fascinating insight into their personality…
All the canine Clooney’s out there better listen up! New research suggests that going grey early in life is strongly linked to behaviour that’s surprisingly far from cool and confident. In fact, our grey-bies are more likely than other dogs to experience anxiety with unfamiliar people, unfamiliar dogs and even loud noises like fireworks and thunderstorms.
While it’s still not clear whether it’s this stress that actually causes them to go silver, it seems there’s no doubt that those adorably suave and sophisticated silver foxes might need a little more comforting than we first thought…
WOW… do we have an amazing feature for you today :) Be prepared to be blown away!
We start with a magical hike at Cradle Mountain. We then take you to the spectacular Upper Cam Falls, drop in on Mt Paris Dam, wander past Wandle Falls and check in on the amazing Breaksea Islands.
We also share incredible photos from The Hazards at night, a moonrise at Coles Bay, a stormy Kelvedon Beach and a view from high above Eddystone Point.
Oh and did we mention we go freediving at Eaglehawk Neck and check in on a kookaburra who dropped in on the festivities over Christmas :) There are of course plenty more places to also include in your next Tassie adventure.
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Monty wasn’t waiting for his owners to open their Christmas presents. While they were out, he unwrapped his favourite and helped himself. But there was a problem…
Setting aside the typically stealthy ways of a cat, Monty made his move on a large wrapped Christmas cake in the main hallway of his house. The catch? The fruit inside the cake was soaked in alcohol. So when Monty’s owners arrived home, they didn’t just discover his Christmas crime, they found him desperately thirsty and barely able to move.
Monty was rushed to the vet and after spending a night in hospital on intravenous fluids to help prevent kidney damage, he was thankfully given the all clear and allowed to return home just in time for Christmas. Monty’s good health…and good behaviour might be his family’s best present of all.