Rabbit Effect, Furry Book Publisher

I was contacted by Rabbit Effect wondering if I review one of their books. The one partially pictured above. Frankly after reading an outline of this one book, I decided to buy the whole collection and read/ review it. Being a writer myself I love it when an author looks at anthro characters as a clean slate. Then slowly applies everything else to flesh out their story. Not to forget the cover art reminds me of a painting I once saw at the Art Institute obvious it isn’t the same painter, but at least the same style.

If your just as curious as I am give Rabbit Effect a try. The 1st 5 chapters are free and damn it’s a good story.

Venice tourists given water pistols to fire at aggressive seagulls

According to euronews.travel

Venice Italy is having a problem with seagulls.

Tourists in the Italian city of Venice have been issued with water pistols to fend off violent seagulls.

The large birds, which congregate around the popular tourist hotspot of St Mark’s Square and across the city’s many ornate balconies, have been giving hoteliers a headache for years.

Enrico Mazzocoo, manager of the Monaco and Grand Canal hotel told The Times, “a gull flew off with an entire steak, just as the waiter lifted the lid off the plate he was serving it on.”

The predatory birds have also been known to snatch ice creams, croissants and sandwiches out of tourists’ hands as well as smashing glasses and plates.

Anybody who lives in an area where these birds are common. Chicago is actually one such place, knows seagulls can be bastards if they are hungry enough. I have personally seen them attack picnickers and people just plain eating ice cream bars. We my make light of this, but really it all started because people were feeding them.

They say in the article they might use hawks to control the problem.

If you don’t want to make the problem just as bad everywhere else just don’t give them food.

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Ohio therapy dog wins contest to become next Cadbury Bunny in iconic commercial

Cadbury Winner Annie Rose

This is the one story that will melt your heart

An Ohio pup has won a starring role in the 2022 Cadbury Bunny commercial. Annie Rose – an English Doodle from Cincinnati – won a contest among 10 finalists for the annual Easter ad.

“Annie Rose is a hardworking therapy dog who visits local nursing homes in her home state of Ohio,” company officials tell 3News. “She loves bringing smiles to the communities she serves – so much so that not even a global pandemic can stop her.”

You can find the full story here

CESFUR Releases T Shirt, AnthrOhio Needs Staff

T-T-T-T-Shirts 👕 are here! Grab yourself a shirt to commemorate the first Cesfur after a few years. Design with Shao-Nin, the dragon guardian of the Peach of Eternity 🐉 will definitely suit you—but if you are a sponsor, you’ll get to wear the face of royalty, tiger emperor Shang 🐯. If you want one, make sure to add the T-Shirt to your registration package (you can do that even if you paid the basic ticket already). Sponsors get one T-shirt included.

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