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AUGUST 2022: THE NEW NORMAL!
GOLDEN MOLES AND FnC STILL ON OFFER!

Rewards for payments remain DOUBLE their pre-COVID value!


Golden Moles, Frank 'n' Cents and Platinum Paws!

Golden Moles (GMs) are the premium currency of "Pets 'n' Friends". Frank 'n' Cents are a special currency with which to play our fruit machine. Buy them using PayPal! Just click the "Buy Now" button, below. If you are not used to Paypal, "How to get Golden Moles", a document in our Facebook group, may help you. If you want to set up a monthly payment to us, this is how!
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You can also put golden moles and platinum paws in your wish list! Just click the icon:

Each $10 payment gets you: 400 GM and 2 PP.

Each $10.01 payment gets you: 100k FnC and 2 PP.

Example: $30.02 gets you 400 GM, 200k FnC, 6 PP.

Mix and match GM and FnC however you want!
Donor rewards: the more you pay, the bigger they get! See below.


Celebrating double rewards!



Donor Reward!

With your August payment you will get an additional bonus - Humpback Whale Singing!
In August 2022 if you pay $50 you will get one FULL SIZE and one size 7!

Size: Full
Free with: $40

Size: 10
Free with: $20

Size: 7
Free with: $10

Size: 4
Free with: $5

EXTRA Donor Reward!

With your August payment you will get an EXTRA bonus - Kiwi Bird!
You will get exactly as many Extra Donor Rewards as you get Donor Rewards.
In August 2022 if you pay $50 you will get one FULL SIZE and one size 7!

Size: Full
Free with: $40

Size: 10
Free with: $20

Size: 7
Free with: $10

Size: 4
Free with: $5


Scaredy Cat meets new pets!



Desert Rose Butterfly

The deserts of the world can be a harsh environment to live in, and even more difficult to thrive within. Few pets can handle the scorching sun and sweltering days which follow the cool nights. The Desert Rose Butterfly finds its home, its life calling, among the changing sand dunes. Driven and determined, this butterfly spends its time flying the desert having learned how to sense and survive an incoming sandstorm.

When a sandstorm hits, the Desert Rose Butterfly doesn't seek shelter as an average pet would. Instead, this brave butterfly delves head-first into the flying sand in search of trapped travellers. Generations of experience have granted the Desert Rose Butterfly the instincts and adaptations to maneuver the internal winds without protection or hinderance.

When the Desert Rose Butterfly locates a pet lost in a sandstorm, their wings begin to glow, offering the found pet a beacon to follow through the thick sand cloud. When the pet has been brought to safety, the Desert Rose Butterfly delves back into the storm searching for any remaining pets.






Wombat

Hi! This is nice, sitting here with you and having a quiet conversation. I don’t believe I have properly introduced myself to you. I am a Wombat. I live, usually, in Australia.

First, I would like to get out of the way, what everyone wants to talk about. My butt. Yes, I have heard all the jokes, and I have to say my butt serves me well. Yes, it is rather round and large with no tail to speak of. The advantage should be obvious — nothing to grab hold of! You could blame it on my bones — yes, everyone says that, I know. But I do have very heavy bones, though my butt is mostly cartilage and not bones.

You see, if someone is chasing me, all I have to do, is run for my burrow and stick my head inside, but I leave my butt outside. No one can get in, and since my butt can't be hurt by bites or scratches, I am pretty safe. My butt can crush an enemy, so a word of caution for you, don’t invite me to sit on your most delicate chairs. I would hate to crush anything you value.

I love the night, and that is when I will go foraging for shrub roots, grasses, and maybe some tender inner tree bark. Speaking of eating ... can you get a bit closer ... when you eat, you must then eliminate what your body does not want. You don’t mind talking about this, do you? Well, my poop is shaped like a cube. Yup! Neat cubes. It is all down to my intestines and how they squeeze every last drop of goodness from my food. The cube shape keeps my poop where I put it instead of letting it roll away. Rather tidy, I think!

Oh! If you should encounter a group of wombats, we are known as a wisdom. Does that mean we are smart? I don’t like to brag, but we are considered quite intelligent, though, because we are built like little tanks, we tend to go through things rather than around them. I can also run as fast as a human. Perhaps after our chat, we can have a race, and then maybe get some grass juice.

Now, I have done a lot of talking. Would you care to tell me about yourself? I am interested in what you like to eat, what your poop is like and how you defend your home. Is your butt ... too much information? Ok, let's just go for that run then.






Humpback Whale Singing

1st of 3 donor rewards; becomes adoptable!
The song of the sea, once believed to only be sung by Mer-pets, is gently sung by these water giants! Turning on their heads and tail toward the sky, the song of the Humpback travels the ocean for miles. What are they singing about? Does anyone know other than the Humpbacks? No, but just keep listening, someday you might have to travel back in time to save the species!






Kiwi Bird

The kiwi is a flightless bird native to New Zealand, home to more flightless birds than any other country. How did it get to New Zealand? Kiwi birds are strong swimmers, but this is unlikely. The kiwi could have used small islands that have since sunk. The strongest claim is that the kiwi actually evolved in New Zealand. In the past, the kiwi could fly, but owing to the lack of ground predators in New Zealand, the flight feathers disappeared over a long period.

The kiwi’s feathers are more like fur than real feathers. It is a bird that mates for life, and couples of 20 years together, have been documented. The kiwi itself can live for 50 years. They dig burrows to lay one large egg, one-quarter the size of the adult kiwi—the largest egg in proportion to the body size of any bird on earth. Kiwi birds have excellent hearing, but their sense of smell is stronger. The kiwi is the only bird with nostrils, which are at the end of the beak. The sense of smell is so strong the kiwi can smell prey under the earth.





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