So funny and cute. I love cats and dogs, and I know well that cats act like this little kitty and feel more important than dogs, more special, royalty. I had a sweet medium size black dog (RIP) who was so adorable to all my cats and I always protected him from my big 11-year-old cat, Max. He hates dogs hahaha. My other 5 cats are not so mean to the 2 doggies I have now.
We all need some inspiration and a great dose of love and hope every day to be happy, healthy, and smile. I hope you enjoy this short but beautiful video of true love and care.
Nights are beautiful everywhere in the world, with a full moon, a clear sky, and perfect weather surrounding the paradise. Wonderful dreams and mental peace for everyone,
Life is changing dramatically in front of us all, and around the world. Life always changes, it’s true, but right now the changes are daily, and aggressive, some are so painful for many, like the loss of life due to Covid-19 and horrible wars going on like the one in Ukraine.
How to cope with this terrible suffering that hundreds of thousands, if not millions of people are going through right now worldwide? Sometimes it can get terrifying for many when thinking about the future. and usually, these patients develop several mental issues, like panic attacks, severe anxiety, anger, depression, suicidal thoughts, that can make them manifest physical symptoms or aggravate the ones they already have.
Spring is here and so is the time to make your honey! If you have a swarm in your backyard I will tell you how to catch the bees. If you have beekeeping then I assume you already know how to collect and pack your honey from the honeycombs.
Catching a swarm isn’t easy the first time you do it. When you realize the bees are coming out to swarm and not just working hard, you can try to settle them.
When the air becomes thick with bees, get a metal pan and spoon and start banging on it. This helps to settle the swarm into one place.
Once all the bees have settled into a ball, collect them into a hive box. Ideally, the swarm will have settled low enough to get the box under it to the position where you can brush them into the box. Sometimes if they settle on a limb you will have to cut that off and then shake that over the hive box.
Make sure the top is removed. Take a few frames out when you are brushing or shaking the bees. You can replace the lid when the bees start going in. You can tell if the queen has gone in because the other bees will start “bowing” to her as they’re going in.