Morning @Yokel,Pets will be more important than ever with people staying at home and not having normal social contact. The Science says animals cannot contract or transmit the virus, and pet food will continue to be manufactured and sold.
Mrs Clooney perhaps?
The first thing we started to hoard months ago just incase, we can survive on basic foods, but our cats are pampered little darlings and have a panic attack if they can see a gap in their biscuit bowls, let alone run out of can food or dreamies
I knew you were a big softie.The first thing we started to hoard months ago just incase, we can survive on basic foods, but our cats are pampered little darlings and have a panic attack if they can see a gap in their biscuit bowls, let alone run out of can food or dreamies
We don't get many round this way, apart from the ones that work in the takeawayssurprised the new breed of cheeky london chappies not chopped them up for the pot
Has he ever been to London?Morning All,
No not the usual animals already living there, or zombies.
Just received this headline and photo'., from someone local here. He reckons it's a Covid related story on the BBC news today,(I thought it's a still from 'I am legend').
I told him not to believe everything he reads and to send me a link(ICBA searching) but he's convinced it's gen',.
Still waiting or reply from him.
I remember that vividly, we used to visit relatives living by the flats and one morning as we were walking along the road (myself aged 9 and one of my brothers aged 7) came across these nomadic cows (wanstead flats being, up to the foot and mouth epidemic, a public grazing area for cattle) they were everywhere, in people's gardens on their drives and crapping copiously everywhere, being the little feckers we undoubtedly were we closed every gate of any garden they had wandered into and then pissed off a bit lively, I've always wished we could have seen the various peoples faces when they either opened their curtains, or even better, to have left their house to be confronted by a couple of ton of sweating and snorting and very alive beef and an equally heavy amount of fresh cowshitThat's nothing new, where I used to live in east london, adjacent to a section of Epping forest called wanstead flats, cows and the occasional horse regularly wandered into the adjacent streets, and it was not unusual to find them in front gardens, and relatives living in Woodford green, even further north east, got deer in the streets. The same around Richmond park.
Has he ever been to London?