Thursday, 1 February 2007

January ended on a wild note

The Health Breakfast that looked so very pretty, so much so, I did not want to eat it.

A King cheetah (due to the more prominent black area) sticks its tongue out at me. The cheek!
A wild dog poses for the camera.

I spent some time yesterday with cheetahs, wild dogs, ostriches and a host of other animals at the De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Trust. They help with the breeding and research into these animals to ensure their continued survival. They deserve more than a pat on the back.


The K-man said...

Now tahts a great way to spend the day. In nature amoungst animals. People who take care of animals are not giving the same recognition as those who take care of humans. They definately deserve more than a pack on the bag

Priya said...

Nature always manages to clear my chaotic mind.
"pack on the bag" *smile*

Carnivore said...

.... hmmm i wonder how cheetahs taste?

Priya said...

carnivore (if you knew any better, you would know that humans are omnivores), if you hunt them yourself, there is a slight possibility that you may not get killed, and then you can taste cheetah.
alternatively, go to Carnivores.

bibi-aisha said...

Ooh-lucky well spent.n the fruit looks yum,except the platter looks too if they had drizzld cholcl8 over,ud hav gobbld it up:-p

masood said...

whenever i see a wildcat snarling it reminds me of the cover of one of my favourite albums. black magic woman by santana. i guess is rock music was an animal it would certainly be a wildcat

Carnivore said...

.... why hunt .... with so much consumption in our hedonistic world ... it's not that difficult to be King of the jungle .... even if a concrete one!! Besides hunting is too primitive, I'm sure someone can msuter up a great cheetah curry!

Priya said...

bibi aisha: i always keep a stash in my bag, even in these hot hot days. very naughty, i know.. :)
But you do have a point on the sparse plate.

masood: hear hear!

carnivore: blech!