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This is an excuse to eat healthy-ish.
Your Christmas hearts look splendid, and the Lion’s cage does, too—- all bedecked in a similar way!!!
Thank you Carolee! I don’t know if the Lion’s enclosure is always decorated but the gingerbread hearts are from my Winter Wonderland post and I thought they made a nice Christmas header.
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It comes in a box ?????
Yep. They call it enrichment – the food is placed differently each time and sometimes a hidden so that the animals have a small challenge to find their dinner.
I wonder what happens if they eat the box ???
Firstly get a new box. Secondly, hopefully, realise that the lions aren’t being fed enough if these carnivores are willing to eat a cardboard box.
Happy New Year! Thank you for sharing a picture.
Thanks so much
Love your header, Georgia. 🙂
Thank you. I thought it was seasonally appropriate 😉
Love this photo!
Thanks so much!