CHAOSTOCOSMOS

Friday, 23 September 2016

Sunday mornings are often like this

Human's eye view

The best part of doing the dog boarding is being surrounded by happy and relaxed animals. None of these had known each other before their stay, but happily coexist in the same space.

Friday, 16 September 2016

Darcy

We even board headless dogs!

Is this a proud face?

From starting out a little homesick, Darcy soon became a very happy Cavachon boy with a constantly wagging tail, who very much liked rolling and playing in the grass.

Friday, 9 September 2016

Bo

Mini sausage grilling in the sun!

Think it's done now.
And so for a nap.
Or a lie-in cuddle.

This tiny girl will melt the toughest heart. Another we could easily have fogotten to give back!

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Welfare is being weaponised against the disabled, says Green Party co-leader

This is 2016. It could have been 1916. Disabled people are becoming prisoners in their own homes, because of an entirely unnecessary and pernicious ideological assault on our welfare state. People are suffering and, in the most horrifying of cases, dying after the support that they once relied upon is being removed through sanctions and draconian cuts at both the national and local level. They are being certified as ‘fit for work’ when they clearly aren’t. This government is weaponising welfare against those least able to defend themselves.

Welfare is being weaponised against the disabled, says Green Party co-leader

Sunday, 4 September 2016

Chronic fatigue syndrome could be the body trying to hibernate

US scientists have found a chemical signature of the disease in the blood of sufferers. They claim that it is similar to a state found in nematode worms called dauer. In this state, the metabolism adjusts to a difficult environment by slowing down — enabling existence, but not much more."

Chronic fatigue syndrome could be the body trying to hibernate

Friday, 2 September 2016

Pain Awareness Month: What People With Chronic Pain Want You to Learn

September is Pain Awareness Month, a time for people with chronic pain conditions to inform their communities, medical professionals and government leaders of the challenges that affect their health and well-being. With conversations about access to medical marijuana and opioids heating up this election season, raising awareness this month counts more than ever.

Pain Awareness Month: What People With Chronic Pain Want You to Learn

Dylan and Balu






Fortunately, most of our guests get on fine with Balu our cat. As Dylan is still a pup, Balu has been his first encounter with a feline, but as you can see, it's gone pretty well.
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