Wednesday, December 22, 2010

How to Take Care of Your Pet Opossum

            Is your pet your favorite family member? I’m not surprised. Dogs have been companions to humans since caveman days. I must confess to being a dog lover, myself. Cats, once worshipped by the ancient Egyptians, continue to be adored by families today. Dogs and cats are such special animals that living life without them is unthinkable.

Small furry animals such as gerbils, hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, and mice hold a place in our hearts, too. Some people even care a great deal for their reptilian pets. I personally have been known to shed a tear as I was flushing a pet goldfish. (Few people realize that winning a goldfish at a fair can be a life-altering experience, but take my word for it, it’s a big deal.) Life is just not as good when you don’t have a pet.
            Non-traditional pets, such as opossums, are no less important to their owners than the pets I’ve named above. Such owners have to search to find pet care tips for their unusual pets. What should I feed my opossum? How can I teach my opossum to walk nicely on a leash? How do I care for my elderly opossum? These are important issues for the loving opossum owner.

            Luckily, ME Pearl has the answer to these burning questions. In her latest video, ME Pearl shows the viewer how to massage an elderly opossum to keep it flexible and comfortable. She tells you how to align the opossum’s chi, and how to clear its aura. This video is a must see for every opossum owner.

            If you don’t own an opossum, I recommend that you simply take a few minutes to enjoy watching this video. Please do watch it to the end, so that you don’t miss the clearing of the opossum’s aura; I have honestly never seen anything like it before. I know you’ll find the love of the woman for her opossum to be as heart-warming and touching as I do.



  1. Push...and fan...Push...and fan...
    That was great. What a patient animal!

  2. It almost makes you want to get one for yourself, doesn't it?