Happy World Animal-day!

Today, on October 4th, we celebrate animal-rights! As an animal lover, I know our pets are getting spoiled today…
These lovely animals are our sweeties; they each have their fun quirks.

Hally: this love-cat comes in every morning for a big hug, and a bite to eat, after which she tries to sneak off to sleep on our bed (still warm). May be around during the day, but always shows up in the evening for more cuddling. Needs to be out at night to catch bugs and allsorts. The cat acts as a lucky charm.

Koninja: our cute bunny loves to cuddle, hear his name, and be near to us. Given a chance, he hops off into the shrubbery to roam free for as long as it lasts… The rabbit is a symbol of love and fertility, guards fortune.

‘The black one’: is always happily waiting for any left-over food to be gobbled up quickly, produces a small but delicious egg on a daily base, companion of ‘The brown one’. The chicken is a symbol of motherhood and security.

Fishies: These two seem to be super hungry all the time! They love to look at us doing our thing. They have taken turns in near death experiences, but have pulled trough fortunately! Goldfish stand for perseverance and successful living (as they have proven already).

The salamanders: our unexpected pets! After they were discovered in spring, they have been a source of fun for the boys. Specially when they started to have babies, their gills are so beautiful! The salamander stands for purification and renewal.

Mouse: another unintentional pet for only a short time, brought to us by our cat Hally. A good example of the enormous array of animals wandering in our garden. The mouse is a symbol of innocence and faith, eye for detail.

As a special World Animal day treat, you will get a 5 Euro discount on every broesvi-animal-jewel ordered through the broesvi website today!

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