Shiva waits. Shiva waits on the starting line. Shiva is going to race. Excited Shiva sniffs the air. Eager Shiva paws the ground. Lively Shiva pulls on the leash. Ready Steady Go! All the runners are off. Big boys with shaggy dogs. Small girls with yappy dogs. Fat men with smelly dogs. Ladies with fancy
Shiva came into our lives when we adopted her from the Albert Schweitzer animal rescue centre in Bonn, Germany. Enjoy her as much as we do! http://www.tierheimbonn.de
Thank you Seb! One of Shiva’s friends has made a series of photo collages of her. We love them. What do you think? If you would like a similar collage of your pet, drop Seb a photo and he will do one for you too. Sebastian Smith is a fine art photographer and
Shiva was happy. She was getting ready for a day out. Shiva’s mummy put Shiva in her bright pink harness. Shiva looked smart. Shiva wagged her tail. They were going for a walk in the woods. It was a windy day. Shiva’s ears flapped in the breeze. Shiva sniffed the air. She could smell mushroomy
Shiva’s first training session. Shiva did so well. She was able to sit and stay while I walked around her. Well done Shiva!
Look out for ideas and activities based on Shiva’s stories, all of which will be linked to the UK and USA curricula.
Shiva was lonely. She lived on the streets in a town called Sofia. People were kind to her and fed her when she was hungry but she was desperate to find a family who would take her in and love her. One day, a van arrived in Sofia, and a kind lady took Shiva to