My family decided we would take a trip to Boise this weekend to stare at fish. I will admit that I was less than excited at this possibility. Now that we're back in Twin, I can report that we did, in fact, go stare at fish.
When you're a kid you know what you like and little Phoebe really likes animals! Phoebe is battling a brain tumor and has found that the easiest way to ease the pain and take her mind off the sickness is interacting with animals.
This week I went to visit a friend who had moved into a new house and he mentioned that he had taken a sick day. I stepped back and asked him what he had (because if he was puking I was going to leave) and he told me the craziest thing.
Every day of the year the Twin Falls Animal Shelter makes an impact on our community by taking in, caring for, and finding homes for cats and dogs (and sometimes chickens and bunnies)! The Furr Ball is their biggest fundraiser of the year and helps with the emergency care fund.
What do you do in prison other than curl up in the corner and hope nobody thinks you're pretty? According to the Idaho Statesman, you make dog sweaters. Yes, dog sweaters in the Idaho Penitentiary are a thing.
Some people have crazy pets. My brother in law used to have a Sugar Glider and I've met people who had pet ferrets. I know it gets crazier than that though since some people have pet tigers and poisonous snakes. Honestly though - I think people who just have indoor cats are pretty crazy!