Today, I went to the Wildlife Heritage Foundation, where there is BIG CATS, little cats and medium size cats, all shapes and sizes. they do a wonderful job and the dedication of the owners is beyond belief, all I can do is say visit Paradisewildlife Park in Broxbourne Herts, http://www.pwpark.com and or book an experience at WWF in Headcorn Kent, http://www.whf.org.uk where the visit is very privileged and somewhat unlike any wildlife sactuary you may visit elsewhere.
She was born on the 26th January 2013, I know she looks so small in this shot but already she is the size of an 18 month toddler. Viewing is still restricted, but you can catch a glimpse at most times'
I say a visit to the Zoo however I go there for work 2 / 3 times a week, trouble is, when it gets to work you never seem to see the Zoo. It's called Paradise Wildlife Park https://www.pwpark.com/index.html and is in Broxbourne Hertfordshire, 10 minutes drive from my home, it is a family affair run by the Sampson's Family with the next generatio
Well another year gone by, another birthday, its probably no surprise, but they fail to excite the older you get! You become all the more difficult to buy for, somewhat a GRUMPY OLD MAN and cynical about most that goes on. However one treat I did get was an Ian Allen Train Spotters guide for the year that I was born, that really brought a smile to my face, still memories roused, so many memories, the sun shone every day in those years of my life, even when it snowed, 100 x more than it ever does today, the sun was still shining when I got out to play in it. Just don't know how we managed, no suntan lotion, the paint on the windows was full of