Pet Club

November 2020 Edition

Scout

“At seven pounds, I’m a little bit Havanese, a dash of Maltese, and 100% crazy! I was rescued by my favorite humans and spend most of my day protecting them from wascally wabbits and obnoxious birdies.”
  Sandy M.


Sophie

“She is our six-year-old true Tabby. She’s full of mischief and loves to irritate her older sister.”
– Donna T.


Ryder

“Ryder is an almost two-year-old Border collie/Aussie mix! He loves to run, jump, swim, play with friends, and catch his frisbee!”
– Cailee T.


Say what?

Sloths have an extremely low metabolic rate, which is why they move at a sluggish pace. On average, sloths travel 41 yards per day — less than half the length of a football field!


Trivia Question

One of the following facts is incorrect. Which one?

A) Gray whales stay close to shore and feed in shallow water

B) A snow leopard can leap six times the length of its body

C) An elephant’s pregnancy lasts nine months

D) Flamingos are born white, with soft, downy feathers and a straight bill


Pet Club Members

Living Pet Club members are automatically entered to win our pet-related giveaways! To join the club, visit LivingMagazine.net/pet-club. Send your pet’s name, your name, your address, a clear photo of your pet, and a little info about them. They might just turn up in a future issue of Living!


Trivia Answer: C

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