June 1, 2011 · 9:49 am
Not sure which end of the lead is in charge.
It’s hard for someone who has a real bond with an animal, especially a dog, to explain the nature and strength of the connection to someone who has never experienced it. Or to convey the sense of loss if the animal dies or is taken away.
But Ninni Holmqvist may have managed it Continue reading →
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November 3, 2010 · 2:35 am
Some people come to look like their pets. But can your character be altered by the machines you use? Continue reading →
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