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November 30, 2018 Misc. Thanks No comments

Don't Drop It! This is a great vocab practice game for animal vocab. Have all students sit in a circle. Use a ball (or even a plastic animal) and toss it to one student. But you must say one animal word as you pass. The student then throws to another student and says a different animal word. If the student you threw it to drops it, he/she is out. Also, if the student can't think of an animal word within a few seconds he/she is out. The game keeps going until you have one winner.

Hint Animal Game. As a review of animals flashcards, the eacher holds some cards without showing any to the students.  Then the teacher tells the kids that they are going to receive 3 hints, so they need to listen carefully. For example: 1. I am yellow. 2. I have long hair. 3. I am strong. Who am I? Well, a lion of course!  You can make it in different levels depending on how much English you use or which vocab you use.

Lesson plans about animals. We also have two FREE lesson plans about animals which include games and activities as well as other lesson materials.

Click here to download our Farm Animals and Zoo Animals Lesson Plans.

Songs about animals. We have two songs available for download about animals:

  • Old MacDonald
  • Let's Go to the Zoo

Click here for our songs page.

Zoo Game. This is a fun activity for young learners on the topic of animal noises.  After teaching the animals and their noises, sit each student in a different part of the classroom and assign them as different animals (to make it clearer you can give each student a flashcard of the animal they are representing).  Walk around the room and talk to each student, who can only reply as an animal.  E.g. Teacher: "Hello Yumi", S1:"Moo! (cow).  Teacher: "What's your name?" S2: "Roar!" (lion).  Teacher: "How are you, Kenta?" S3: "Hissssss!" (snake).

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Veterinarian thank you note examples

I am grateful for having a great veterinarian. During the last several months my cats have had several issues. He has been able to help them with treatment.

He also advised us on how to make our house more cat-friendly when we went from 3 cats to 6 cats. I wrote him a thank-you note for giving us the stray cat discount when we took in the mom cat in her kittens last summer (each one was tested for FIV/FLV).

If your veterinarian has provided you and your pet exceptional service write them a handwritten thank-you note! The office staff can also be mentioned in the note.

What has your veterinarian done for you and your pets? Was the veterinarian and the office staff kind and comforting when your pet passed away?

Did the veterinarian help you in an emergency situation? When one of our cats mysteriously cut his leg I was very thankful to find a 24-hour emergency veterinarian. Our current veterinarian would have helped anytime of day!

Do you have a high maintenance pet? Is your veterinarian gentle and understanding with this pet?

Does your veterinarian travel to your farm to see your horses or other farm animals?

Veterinarian thank you note examples

Thank you for all of the care you’ve provided for my dog, [dog’s name] over the years. I want to thank you for being there for me and him when he got sick. It was a very sad and I appreciate the time you let me cry in the office.

I appreciate you and the office staff. Helping the stray mom cat and her kittens has been more involved than I ever thought possible. Thank you for giving us the stray cat discount to get them all tested for the bad cat viruses. I am so relieved that they are all okay!

My cat Lina

I was worried when my cat lost so much. I am grateful that you were able to diagnosis her issue and start a treatment. I had no idea cats could have hyperactive thyroid! Thank you for being so thorough when explaining the various treatment options. This helped make my decision of choosing which treatment easier.

I want to let you know how much I appreciate the staff at the office. They are friendly and always take the time to answer my latest cat question. And they are very good about fitting in my cat at the last minute when they are sick.

Thank you for figuring out what was wrong with Violet! She had been so itchy lately. The allergy medicine is working already and she seems much more comfortable.

Losing [pet’s name] was very hard. Thank you for your support during the end of his life. Also, thanks for caring for him for the past 15 years.

Thank you for being willing to work with Jake. He can be difficult to manage when he is scared. You seem to have the touch to calm him down. I appreciate your gentle and kind way with him as he responds well and is able to get his annual shots.

Thank you for coming to the farm when issues come up with the animals. I appreciate how far you travel and that the animals can be treated at the farm. Thanks again for your service. (including a gas gift card in the note would be a nice touch!)

What type of pet do you have? Have you thanked your vet lately?

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Thank you for the awesome experience during our stay in your lovely farm! . The farm animals were so cute, we love Annie and Franny. .. coming up close with the other animals as well although like you say, being older would be better for.

Animals Making Funny Faces

Humans aren't the only ones who can say it all with their facial expressions

Animals are really furry little comedians at heart. Just look at the cute, fuzzy critters in this gallery and TRY not to laugh -- I dare you!  I'll bet you'll find at least one animal facial expression that you find totally relatable; whether it's the snarling cat who's having a rough day or a psychotic-looking owl, there really is an animal doppleganger for everybody.

And remember, they don't call it "WILD Kingdom" for nothing!

Derpy dog says HI! Don't be rude; say hi back to derpy dog.

Animals Making Funny Faces

This owl is definitely NOT having a good day!  She also looks like she'll take your eye out if you even think about getting close to her nest.

Animals Making Funny Faces

Animals Making Funny Faces

What a majestic creature!  (The horse is cute, too).

Animals Making Funny Faces

Move over, Grumpy Cat! There's a new ticked-off feline in town.

Whoever put this cat in the pool had better make sure they lock their door at night. This angry cat knows where you sleep, and he looks like he's ready to get some serious revenge!

Animals Making Funny Faces

This otter is making the perfect "YUCK" face.

Animals Making Funny Faces

Aw, he didn't even realize it was his birthday! Best day ever!

Animals Making Funny Faces

"What do you mean I have a vet appointment today?!"

Animals Making Funny Faces

Animals Making Funny Faces

Animals Making Funny Faces

Animals Making Funny Faces

Nice guy, even if he is an ass.

Animals Making Funny Faces

This dog has such a great smile he could appear in a toothpaste commercial. 

Animals Making Funny Faces

Animals Making Funny Faces

This poor, patient dog is putting up with so much. Oh, the humanity!

Animals Making Funny Faces

Who could ever forget Cupcake Dog? And who would want to?

Animals Making Funny Faces

Well, that's rude! :)

Animals Making Funny Faces

Animals Making Funny Faces

"Dis how a penguin looks. I iz a penguin."

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“First of all,” Herzog told me, “talking to our pets is absolutely natural. Human beings are natural anthropomorphizers, meaning we naturally tend to [ascribe] all kinds of thoughts and meanings to other things in our lives.”

Humans can do this with just about anything—one might feel bad for the colored pencil that never gets used, or get angry at the phone that won’t hold a charge, or feel real grief over news that a hitchhiking robot has been abused. But that impulse is especially strong for things that are or seem animate, like animals and AI—and when it comes to pets, people often think of them as little members of the family. So of course people talk to them. But even though it might feel like I’m talking to my pets the same way I talk to other people, studies show consistent distinctions between the two.

If people are speaking to their pets—and in anthrozoological studies, Herzog says, the pet studied is almost always a dog (he explains that this is a result of the long-standing bond between humans and dogs, and interest in the therapeutic effects of dog companionship)—they’re usually doing so in short, simple, grammatically correct sentences. Rarely do people ask open-ended questions (my asking Mila and Martin how their days were puts me in the minority, it turns out), and usually they speak in a higher-pitched voice. It’s similar to the way people speak to babies, whose big-eyed, button-nosed cuteness elicits a parental, caretaking response in us—and big-eyed, button-nosed pets spark a similar response.

But though the instinct to anthropomorphize is innate, there are circumstances that make someone more likely to do so. In a 2008 study, researchers tested two motivations for treating non-human entities like thinking, feeling humans: first, that someone lacking social interaction needs to “create” a human to hang out with; second, that someone lacking control wants to feel more secure in uncertain circumstances, and anthropomorphizing allows him to predict an animal’s action based on interpersonal experience. Both hypotheses bore out. Chronically lonely participants were much more likely to describe their pets with words suggesting those pets provided emotional support—thoughtful, considerate, sympathetic—than participants with vibrant social lives, and participants who self-identified as desiring control in their daily lives were more likely to assign emotions and conscious will to dogs they were unfamiliar with than those who were more willing to hand over the reins, as it were.

It’s no stretch to suppose that a person with few or no friends would treat a pet more like a human friend. Perhaps, too, people speak to their pets because they like to believe the animals understand, and perhaps people like to believe they understand because the alternative is kind of scary. To share a home with a living being whose mind you can’t understand and whose actions you can’t anticipate is to live in a state of unpredictability and disconnectedness. So people imagine a mind that understands, and talk to it.

Let's start with an animal that features in a number of frequent English idioms: the cat. Sometimes when it is raining very hard, you might say.

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12 animal quotes that will inspire you

Written by Kathleen Prasad on . Posted in Animals, Compassion, Gratitude, Travel, What's New

I got to pet a super soft koala bear for the first time this week while visiting Featherdale Wildlife Park in Sydney, Australia. This trip Down Under—seeing the native wildlife, helping shelter cats and teaching Reiki classes—has allowed me the opportunity to slow down a little and reflect on the vital role animals have played in my career and life. I’m so grateful for all of the lessons they’ve taught me through the years, and all of the heartful connections I’ve been able to make. So as my Aussie trip winds down, I’m reminded of my favorite, most inspiring quotes about animals. I’ve always loved the sentiments behind these 12 quotations (do they make you smile, too?):

“Cats are angels with fur.” – Sark

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” –Anatole France

“Animals are such agreeable friends—they ask no questions; they pass no criticisms.” –George Eliot

“An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.” –Martin Buber

“The better I get to know men, the more I find myself loving dogs.” –Charles de Gaulle

“Dogs are our link to paradise. They don’t know evil or jealousy or discontent.” –Milan Kundera

“I call my horses ‘divine mirrors’—they reflect back the emotions you put in. If you put in love and respect and kindness and curiosity, the horse will return that.” –Allan Hamilton

“The ideal of calm exists in a sitting cat.” –Jules Renard

“One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home.” –Pam Brown

“A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than you love yourself.” –Josh Billings

“I have studied many philosophers and many cats. The wisdom of cats is infinitely superior.” –Hippolyte Taine

“Animals are my friends … and I don’t eat my friends.” –George Bernard Shaw

What animal quotes inspire you the most?

{Cat photos (except for “sitting cat”) © Charlotte Jensen}

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Kathleen Prasad

Kathleen Prasad is an entrepreneur, author, educator, spiritual seeker and animal advocate living in beautiful Marin County, California, with her husband, daughter, dog and two horses. She loves being with animals, listening to hip-hop, eating out at vegan restaurants, riding dressage, hiking in the redwoods and traveling the world to meet animal people.
You can learn more about Kathleen here.

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