When you are small and cute and have feathers or a shell, hordes of fans tend to just assemble themselves.
This makes your job easy. All you have to do is sit back and try not to stare too hard when yet another fainting VIP fan collapses in front of you (if they happen to fall on top of a lurking paparazzi, even better).
Since you are so busy greeting fans and avoiding paparazzi, it is usually best to get an assistant to answer your fan mail. For instance, the doting and devoted large featherless, shell-less being that lives in your house with you is a very good choice.
Email Pearl, Malti & Bruce (or their mama):
shannon @ loveandfeathersandshells.com
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Hey! I read that you are in Texas. Can I ask where you are located? I really need to find a vet for Mike. Mike isn’t sick or anything but, I would like to get connected and have him/her checked out on a regular basis to make sure I don’t mess up too badly.
Your babies are so beautiful!
Hi! We are in Houston. We have Gulf Coast Veterinary Center here – they treat all species and they treat all my animals. I hope it helps!
I just wanted to say thank you so much for sharing your story about your lost tortoise! Mine escaped my yard 4 days ago, and I’ve been miserable ever since. But I’m not losing hope, taking action, putting up fliers and hired a blood hound handler to look for her tomorrow. She has a great space in my yard, but has been trying to escape for years, so the part about tortoises having their own life’s journey, really hit home. I’m trying to make peace with whatever happens, but doing everything I can.
My heart is with you, Tessa. It is a real shift to make space for our loves when they feel it is time to go their own way. And the bloodhound handler sounds very positive – often with animal communication (something I offer over at http://www.animallovelanguages.com) it is possible to negotiate with our pets and adjust their home life to encourage them to stay. Not always, but it is definitely an option. <3