RULE AND RATES FOR CONVEYANCE OF DOGS:
The owners of the Dogs when taken in the break-van or A.C.C. and first class passenger section will have to pay at Scale ‘L'(luggage Rates)on the basis of heaviness indicated below,with a smallest amount of Rs.10/- for each dog, all the money is prepaid. All the dogs must be taken with collars and strings to tie them. The owner of the dog should make his personal arrangement for food and water for the dog throughout the trip. Dogs discovered without booking will be penalized and charged 6 times more than the Luggage level Rate which could be to a least amount of Rs.50/-
A person who is travelling in Ac First class or ordinary first class can take the dog with them only if the fellow passangers agree to that and that too after making the requirement payment. If co- passengers afterward have an objection regarding the dog being in the compartment,it will be taken to the Guard’s van and no compensation would be given. Dogs which are not booked with the passenger in IAC and Ist class compartments will be penalized six times the baggage scale Rate which could be subject to a minimum of 50. A lady traveling unaccompanied with kids below 12 years of age in a first class compartment may carry with her in the compartment one dog on paying the price of that at the Dog Box Rates that is a minimum of 10 Rs and this facility is only if the fellow passenger does not have any objection.Any dog identified unreserved will be penalised at two times the dog-box rate for the distance up to the end of discovery and at the dog-box rate for the distance further than the whole charge being subject to a minimum of Rs.20/- for very dog.
The travelers are not supposed to carry the Dogs in ACC Sleeper Coaches,Acc chair car coaches sleeper class and AC two tier.If a dog is found being carried and breaking this rule,it will be thrown out immediately or taken to the brake-van and charges will be charged six times the baggage Scale Rate subject to a minimum of Rs.50/-
Big dogs that cannot be carried in the dog-box of a brake van will be taken in a exceptional motor vehicle at the similar rates and situations as for horses.
RULE AND RATES FOR CONVEYANCE OF DOGS:
For all the Indian students who have ever dreamt of pursuing MBA from the prestigious Stanford School of Business, good news is on its way. Reliance Industries Limited along with the Stanford Graduate School of Business had announced the creation of Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowship programme in 2008 to support Indian students with financial problems. This year also Stanford School of Business will offer scholarship to Indian nationals under MBS programme.
Under this scholarship programme started by the Reliance Industries Limited, Stanford will award five Reliance Dhirubhai Ambani Fellowships every year to offer full financial support to the Indian students. This Reliance Dhirubhai scholarship will also cover expenses including travel, tuition and accommodation. This scholarship includes 100 per cent tuition cover along with all the expenses starting from applying till attending the MBA programme which is approximately $85,000 for a single student and $95,000 for a married student.
The students eligible for applying for Dhirubhai Ambani Scholarship should be citizens of India and are required to sit for a test where the aspirant needs to write a 250 word article on How do you aspire to shape your countrys future? Once the scholarship is awarded to the students for MBA degree, Reliance Industries want the students to return to India within two years of graduating from the Stanford School of Business and work here for the next two years and serve their own country.
Since India is a fast growing economy, good management talent is required and for this, such tie ups will surely help India to grow fast in both national and international market. The finalists are selected on the basis of merit, commitment to develop India and the financial needs. After a good academic performance in a year, the scholarship is automatically renewed for the next year also. The Reliance Dhirubhai Fellows are bound to return to India and work here for minimum two years in public or private sector.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business receives funds from various individuals, corporations and foundations every year with a number of fellowship programmes. Private companies and other organizations offer grants, scholarship and funds to MBA students. If the student is availing of the funds from the scholarship programme, then the Stanford business school does not approve of any kind of educational loans. Some other fellowship programmes offered at the Stanford include Siebel Scholars Programme, GSB Internship Programme, Social Innovation Fellowship and Entrepreneurial Summer Programme. The last date for submitting applications is June 1,2010.
Respectively, the only person you should listen to about treatment is your vet. Veterinarians do not have all the answers, but at least they are trained to analyze and treat illnesses, and are aware of the full implications of treatments, which most others are not. This does not mean a few old remedies are not good standbys when all else fails. In most cases, modern science provides the best treatments for disease.
If you determine that your bird is ill, it should be separated from other birds and be kept warm. You can fashion a temporary hospital cage by wrapping towels around a small cage and placing a light bulb at one end.
The bird can regulate the amount of heat it wants by moving closer or further from the light bulb. An infrared lamp or a heat lamp will work even better. Alternatively, you could put a canary in a box and put a heating pad under part of the box, again so the canary can move to a temperature that is comfortable for it.
Some of the symptoms of a sick bird are:
* lack of singing
* lower level of activity
* puffed up appearance
* sitting on the bottom of the cage
* crustiness around the eyes and mouth
* pumping tail
* open mouthed or labored breathing
* untidy appearance
* messy vent area
* whole seeds passed in the droppings
Also, be sure the canary has access to food and water. If your canary is on the bottom of the cage, you should place bowls there for it. If it is perching, place seed near its location in the cage. When a bird is ill, offer its favorite treats, without worrying whether they are good for it or not. Does your canary relish canned corn, egg food or apples? Offer them now.
If your canary is hurt, you do not want it to do further damage to itself. Keep the bird in a semidark area, and keep activity around it to a minimum. Once your ill or hurt canary is comfortable, you can call your avian veterinarian for further advice. Be sure to supply as many details as possible. What has your canary been eating? How long has it acted like this? Did it fly into something or display other symptoms? Was another animal involved? All of these things are clues to a veterinarian on how to treat your bird to restore its health or to make it more comfortable.
An illness or accident may not occur during normal business hours. Do you know the policy of your veterinarian about emergencies? Do you know of an emergency clinic or an alternate veterinarian available in the off hours? This is information you should keep handy.
Be sure to get to know an avian veterinarian before you need one desperately, as in an emergency. Birds are very different from dogs and cats, and not all veterinarians have taken the time or attended additional courses in order to be versed in their care.
The best way to find an avian veterinarian in your area is to get a referral from a local bird owner. Contact someone in a bird club, ask a bird owner who is happy with his or her veterinarian or ask for a referral from a veterinarian who does not treat birds. You can also contact the Association of Avian Veterinarians or search their Web site for a listing of avian veterinarians. You will be most comfortable with your birds veterinarian if you schedule an initial WELL BIRD visit when you get your new canary. This means that you will take your bird in to see the veterinarian
What Happens at the Veterinarian?
If you expect something like a doctors visit or a trip to the vet with your dog or cat, you might have certain expectations. Things are different with birds. Birds are prey animals (unlike dogs, cats or people), and so they tend not to show symptoms of illness as obviously. An avian veterinarian relies on his or her knowledge of how you care for your canary, its weight over time and lab tests of blood and droppings to assess the health of your pet bird. A veterinarian sees many birds, and his or her visual assessment is an important indicator about the health of your canary. Your observations as the birds constant companion are also important. Is your canary behaving abnormally, or are things going along okay?
It will be in your best interest to answer your veterinarians questions. They allow a veterinarian to assess a birds condition much better and may lead to some suggestions for changes in care or routine. If you are visiting your veterinarian because your canary has eaten something that might endanger it, or because there has been an accident, give your veterinarian as much information as possible. Bring in a piece of what the canary ate, or a bottle listing the contents, if that is applicable. For an accident, be clear about the time it happened, your canaries reaction and subsequent symptoms.
Listen to what your veterinarian has to say. What kind of questions do you have for him or her? You should find out what services are available to you. What if you have an emergency outside of office hours? What if your veterinarian goes on vacation? Does your prospective veterinarian refer cases to another veterinarian or have an emergency hot line? What are payment terms? It is reassuring to know whether he or she is committed to ongoing education. Does he or she attend professional meetings or belong to the Association of Avian Veterinarians? Is he or she willing to consult with expert veterinarians if symptoms are puzzling?
Do not be surprised if your birds veterinarian frequently has new suggestions for you, or if new treatments or tests become available. The level of veterinarian care for bird health is growing at a rapid rate, and there are continually exciting new developments in avian health care.
In addition to lab tests, parasite control and patching up the occasional accident victim, your veterinarian probably offers other services. Your veterinarian can groom your canaries nails and may offer boarding services for when you will be out of town. Often, a veterinarians office becomes a central point of communication for the community. The office may be notified of lost and found birds, pet sitting services, behavioral consultants, bird club meetings, adoption services and community education projects or requests. You have a lot to gain and a lot to learn by visiting your bird veterinarian on a regular basis!
We give our dogs and cats yearly vaccines against life threatening diseases. Most birds do not receive vaccines. There is a canary pox vaccine, but it may not be appropriate for your pet canary if it is not exposed to other birds. Ask your veterinarian if you are concerned about this.
Preventing Disease and Injury
There are a few basic things you can do to prevent canaries from having accidents and from contracting transmissible diseases. These things may still happen, but at least you have taken as many precautions as possible.
When you keep birds, cleanliness cannot be stressed enough. Keeping their quarters clean prevents yeast, mold and bacterial infections. It promotes resistance to infection and good health. Cleanliness applies to food sources, bowls, daily cage cleaning, the occasional good cage scrubbing and offering your bird water in a clean cup. Soap and water, a vacuum, a broom and an air purifier are good aids to cleanliness. Disinfecting bowls occasionally with a 10 percent bleach solution is advisable.
Your canary needs a good diet, based on either a formulated diet or a seed based diet with supplements and vitamins. Eating right is the best way for it to ward off infection and avoid accidents. Be sure to offer some high protein foods during a canaries molt to help it grow in new feathers.
If a cat should scratch or bite your canary, this is an emergency and an immediate trip to the veterinarian is advised. Cats have bacteria in their mouth that multiplies rapidly in a birds bloodstream, causing death in as little as twenty four hours. Your avian veterinarian will be able to administer antibiotics to save the birds life.
Because both dogs and cats are bird predators, supervise their time with a canary, or restrain or separate the two kinds of pets when a canary is out for free flight time.
Minimize Exposure to Mosquitoes
Mosquitoes can transmit Canary pox to your canary. If you have outside accommodations for your birds, the aviary should be well screened. In your home, put screens on your windows and doors.
Do not permit wild birds to enter your birds living area, if possible. Sparrows may transmit lice, mites or diseases to your canaries.
Windows, Mirrors, Doors
If your canary is flying happily around the house, be aware that it could try to fly through a window or into a mirror. Cover these when a bird is flying in the house. Also close doors carefully, in case your bird is tagging along behind you.
Canaries are especially susceptible to fumes and smoke. A canary should not be exposed to car exhaust because of the carbon monoxide fumes. Keep canaries away from any chemical you may use. This includes chemicals used for cleaning, for home hair permanents and the fumes from newly laid carpeting as well. Some rug freshener powders and some scented candles are also dangerous. Fumes from a self cleaning oven can kill a bird. Take your bird to a pet sitter for a day if you decide to operate your ovens self cleaning feature. Especially lethal are overheated nonstick surfaces. If a nonstick pan is accidentally overheated, the fumes can kill household birds in minutes. If you overheat a nonstick pan, quickly ventilate the area and take your bird to see a veterinarian if it shows any signs of illness. Nonstick surfaces may also be on ironing boards, ironing board covers, stove drip pans and some bakeware.
A common canary accident is getting fiber wound around its leg and foot. Avoid putting fiber into your canaries cage. Supply it with burlap for nests; get sisal, not fabric or rope toys for it. If fiber should get wound around your canaries leg, you may not be able to disentangle, tease off or cut the fiber. It is a job for your veterinarian.
Air Sac Mites
If your canary breathes with its mouth open, it may have mites infesting its trachea or further down in its respiratory system. Your avian veterinarian will be able to treat your bird.
This disease is caused by the fungus aspergillus. It is a widespread mold in our environment, often found in moldy, dusty or damp seed. It causes an infection of the lungs and air sacs, and is usually debilitating and fatal. Signs of aspergillosis are weight loss, vomiting and respiratory infection. Keeping your birds food fresh is a good way to prevent this disorder.
Canary pox is a viral disease, characterized by blisters or crusts on the skin of a bird around its eyes or on its legs and feet. It can be fatal, but some birds recover. Limiting exposure to mosquitoes and quarantining new birds are good ways to prevent this disease.
Canaries can be infested by fleas, mites and lice. Lice usually live on a birds feathers. Air sac mites infect the respiratory tract of canaries, while red mites hide in wood and attack birds at night. This causes loss of blood, loss of sleep and can result in feather plucking.
Feather cysts are cheesy lumps on a canaries wing, typically found in the large, loose feathered canaries. It is not known if feather cysts are a genetic or viral problem. Feather cysts usually do not appear until a canary is several years old, and they may continue to appear on a bird. Breeds prone to feather cysts include the Norwich, crested varieties, frilled birds and the dimorphic color bred canaries. Treatment varies from removal to draining.
How to choose a ferret cage. In your quest to have a happy healthy pet you must start with the right equipment. How to choose a ferret cage is one of the most important issues to be addressed.
Ferrets love to run around the house much like your dogs and cats do. They are also tame and really cute and if you are new to having a pet ferret, you might think it a good idea to leave him the run of the house while you are at work or out.
But make no mistake, if you don’t want your house destroyed they need to be contained when they’re left alone or when they’re having a “time out.” If you choose a suitable ferret cage, your little darlings won’t mind staying in it for a few hours before it’s play time again.
The best cage characteristics.
If you are planning to purchase a cage rather than build one, then buy from a respected pet store online or locally.
Any kind of glass enclosure like an aquarium is not suitable because there is not enough ventilation. Choose a wire cage.
Ferrets need room to run and play, and they are generally not happy in cramped spaces. So make as much space as possible available for your ferret’s cage.
Investigate how easy the cage is to clean. Less complicated setups like easy pull-out trays and solid metal coated bases are good choices.
Ferrets are very clean animals and they like to have separate areas for eliminating, eating and sleeping. Make sure the cage you choose has provisions for this. Ideally it would have at least three divisions.
A cage with several doors is preferable. Ferrets like to run around when inside the cage, having only one door can make it difficult to get them out of their enclosure.
Good quality locks and clips are another feature to look for. Your ferret is clever and will find a way too escape if the lock is inadequate.
Ferrets love to ferret around, especially in dark tunnels and spaces. So a cage with tunnels and tubes and hideaways will help keep him entertained and busy while you are not there to play with him.
Once you’ve chosen and brought home your cage, it’s time to deck it out with all the tings your pet needs.
You love your pets. I know I sure do. My dog is a very important part of my family and I hate having to leave him alone all day while I’m at work. That is why I installed what I call the ‘PetCam’ – a web enabled IP camera that allows me to check in on my dog from any location via the world wide web. And guess what, it turns out that Fido is quite busy while I’m away – and he has an incredible internal clock – he gets very agitated about an hour before I return home from work – who knew!
Installation of a web enabled Pet Cam is actually quite easy to do. The first thing you need is high speed Internet. Sending video over the web requires both speed and a healthy bandwidth allocation from your internet service provider, so make sure to check with your ISP on any existing bandwidth caps. Both Cable and DSL Internet services are idea for this application.
Next, you will need a router to which you will connect your internet camera. If you want the freedom of a wireless IP camera (recommended), a wireless router will be required. Most IP cameras come with a CAT5 Ethernet connection, but who wants cables running all over the house! This article assumes that you already have a router installed and functioning with a high speed Internet service.
Now comes the fun part – selecting the right camera for the job. Because we are looking at transmitting video over the Internet, the best choice is an Internet IP camera. Do not confuse these cameras with a webcam. Although they might look similar, Internet cameras are a small computers with a built in web server. Unlike a webcam, they are independent entities that do not require an external computer to function. They are the ultimate independent contractor!
Keep in mind that most Internet IP cameras work with CMOS video sensors, therefore even if night vision is offered, it probably won’t work very well – these cameras are meant for daytime applications.
I strongly recommend the Linksys WVC54GCA and DLINK DCS950G Internet Cameras – both are great entry level IP cameras that will get the job done and can be purchased at a reasonable cost (between $100 to $150 US dollars). More advanced (and expensive) models add features such as Pan and Zoom – nice to have features, but not must haves.
If you already have a DLINK or Linksys router, it may be a good idea to stick with the same manufacturer for your Internet Camera as the included documentation will provide more specific router configuration information.
OK, so how do we get this remarkable little device to broadcast video to the Internet. The first thing we need to do is configure the new internet camera. This usually involves establishing a wired connection to the camera from your router. You then load the configuration software onto your computer and proceed with the setup as specified by the documentation.
The first thing the software will do is detect the new camera and have you specify a unique IP address for the device – try to avoid using DHCP, as a static IP address is preferable. If you are using a wireless camera, you will need to configure the wireless settings for the camera, including any security passwords for WEP or WPA. Additionally, you will need to identify and document the port number used by the camera to communicate with the outside world (some cameras let you choose the port).
If your internet service does not provide a static IP address, you will need to open an account with a dynamic DNS service provider such as DynDNS.com. This service provides you with a free domain name which will automatically detect any changes to your home IP address. Most cameras will have a configuration page where you can enter your dynamic DNS settings.
All that is left is to do is open a port on your router, a process referred to as port forwarding. This will allow the camera to communicate with the outside world in a secure fashion.
This may all sound a bit complex, but it is actually quite easy to do if you are even mildly tech savvy. If you need assistance, a quick call to your local Nerds on Wheels service should have you up and running in no time at all.
Having a puppy or a dog requires various obligations. One of these obligations is proper crate training. If humans have houses, then dogs also have crates where they eat, rest, and hide when in danger. The task concerning crate training is tough. Nevertheless, you will be moving towards success when you are backed up with the right knowledge on how to crate train a puppy.
The first suggestion for successful crate training is determining the breed of your puppy or dog. If your dog is originally a small dog breed, then choosing a medium-seized crate is a good move. The crate of this size is sufficient for your pet to perform its routine like sleeping, sitting, standing, and moving around. Big dogs, however, such as the American/English Foxhound and Golden/Labrador Retriever need large crates.
The next thing you need to do is to get all the necessary crate add-ons after you have identified the ideal crate size for your pet. Accessories like comfortable crate pads, crate mats, stainless steel cups and pails are just what your pet needs, so you should place them inside the crate. The toughness and ease of using the crate that you want should be determined first. In addition, its door should be easy to lock and unlock to stop hassles when locking the dog in or taking him out.
The second tip on how to crate train a dog is to get him familiar with the crate. This is to get your pet comfortable to his new home, based on dog experts. For a few hours, let the puppy/dog stay inside the crate. If the crate is large enough, then feel free to enter as well. With this, your pet won’t be afraid if you lock or leave him inside the crate during crate training because you are with him.
Feed the dog inside the crate; this is the third tip on how to crate train a puppy. Hence, there should be a pail and a stainless steel cup next to his crate where you can put his food and water. Moreover, let your pet rest inside the crate. It is anticipated for your pet to whine or cry during the first few days of crate training. Nonetheless, you should not be easily caught up by the barks and fierce moves of your dog. Say no’ and make him get back to sleep. Always instill in your mind that as his master, your rules should be followed.
If you are at home or going out, then simply let your dog crated for a while when crate training. Checking him once in a while should be done if you happen to be just at home. If you ever go out, come back after half an hour or so. Once you come back, give him some playtime by getting him out of the crate.
Even though crate training a puppy can be tough, it is still enjoyable to do. You may check out some free videos online if you don’t know how to crate train a dog.
Epson, Hewlett Packard, Canon and various other companies all provide the A3 printer cum scanners.
Handy Choice for Home Based Offices
Using an A3 printer scanner in home based office set up can be really advantageous, especially if your daily schedule involves lot of printing of memos, advertisement, and other documents that are larger than the standard A4 size sheet.
Actually, when you purchase an A4 size printer, then a good amount of money is wasted. And, when you look for a longer period of time, then you will see yourself spending quite a high amount of money for printing A3 size documents from outside.
More so, the pricing of A3 and A4 size printers are almost comparable (unless go by brand name and try to pick an expensive A3 printer scanner).
Benefits of buying A3 Printer Scanners and All-in-One Printers
There are several advantages of buying an A3 printer scanner, and all-in-one printers. First of all, they save the space occupied by multiple devices such as a printer, a scanner, a fax machine in the office. Moreover, buying 3-4 different machines is always costlier than buying an all-in-one printer.
A3 printers also have impressive networking capabilities. Therefore, if you’ve a network set-up in the office, and want to grant permission to a number of employees in the network to print directly, A3 printers can come in quite handy.
Last but definitely not the least; most of the A3 printers are capable of producing high quality printouts, due to the sheer fact that they’re designed for printing advertisements and materials that are fit for publications.
Shortcomings of A3 printer scanners
The major shortcoming of A3 printers is its high price and the fact that they are bulky in nature. Other than that, they are quite good in comparison to the small-sized A4 printers and are more advantageous as they can print memos, advertising related documents and scan other such materials that are greater in size as compared to the normal legal A4 size.
Those who do not want to spend a lot of money on highly priced laser printers can go in for the HP Officejet 7000 C9299A Wide Format A3 Printer Scanner that costs 249.97 pounds or the Brother DCP6690CW A3 Inkjet Printer that costs 267.64 pounds which are the main contenders in this segment.
Hence, all those who are looking for long-term benefits, A3 printers are an ideal choice and the advantages are much higher as compared to their few shortcomings. The model that you opt for is your personal choice. Keeping in mind your requirements and the budget that you have, you can buy a trustworthy and reliable A3 printer scanner out of the many present in the market.
Like many other animals and humans too, kitten teething is a rough time when chewing and biting are more than natural reflexes: they actually become the main urge of your pet. The favorite objects to chew in such cases are wool made: it is not exactly known why cats favor fluffy stuff when they are teething, but it is a fact that they find relief from the gum soreness when they do so.
The first period of kitten teething starts when the animals are two or three weeks old, and just like in the case of humans, the incisors and the canines erupt first. The entire kitten teething period with the milk and the adult teeth included covers no more than seven months, which is an average teething age in the animal world.
Adult kitten teething usually occurs between the third and the sixth months of life; the period is pretty tense for the animals, so don’t be surprised to be bitten accidentally by your pet. A good way to alleviate the pressure in the gums is to give the cat something hard to chew on: a rubber or a plastic toy for instance. If one of your kids’ toys doesn’t do for the matter, you can always turn to special kitten teething toys.
There is a whole range of nasty symptoms that are frequently reported during the kitten teething period; the pet may experience difficulty to swallow or it may even refuse food. The best thing to do under the circumstances is to contact the vet immediately and also turn to a powder or a gel to apply on the gums of the animal in order to provide relief and comfort.
Homeopathic granules will soothe the animals and allow them to eat as comfortably as possible, not to mention that the objects in your house will be safe from chewing. We should further add that it is possible for the animal to have an altered behavior for the entire kitten teething period, but it will get back to normal as soon as the skin on the gums breaks.
You may also take advantage of the kitten teething period to train the pet for a good oral hygiene; many cats have to be taken to the vet in order to have their teeth cleaned. If, during the kitten teething period, you manage to get the animal used to brushing, there should be no problem to turn it into a habit. The pet will more easily accept the brush now since it alleviates the pressure in gums swollen because of the teeth eruption.
Sequential Tart deems Yayoi Ogawa as writing a best josei manga (Tramps Like Us) published in English. She was born in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan and started publishing in 1998 with her Baby Pop. Her most mangas are written in josei featuring Candy Life, Baby Pop and Kiss & Never Cry. Ogawa also resorts to shojo with her interests reaching further. Once she worked as an assistant producer and producer of animated movies Another Lady Innocent (OAV) and Hills Have Size (OAV). She has so far released about 10 interesting mangas like:
* Baby Pop (1998)
* Candy Life (1999)
* Extra Heavy Syrup (We Are Also In Arcadia) (2003)
* Tramps Like Us (Kimi wa Pet, 2000-2005)
* Baroque (2005 to the present)
* Gourmet yo Konbanwa (2006)
* Kiss & Never Cry (2006)
* Watashi no Sensei (2006)
* Figua yo Konnichiwa (2009)
Baby Pop is still one of Ogawa’s most popular mangas. It relates to Extra Heavy Syrup as its side story. Its 2 volumes tell about distrust between cute Nagisa and her brutal stepfather Ryunosuke.
1999 released a 1-volume Candy Life manga, a josei side story of Kimi wa Pet. Candy Life features Makoto dreaming of a sweet life but dumped by her boyfriend with all her money. Suddenly a prince-like Aeda CEO saves her from misfortunes. Again right before their marriage she messes up with his unidentified son, almost ruining her dream herself…
Tramps Like Us is Ogawa’s biggest manga with its 14 volumes. In 2003 it won Kodansha Manga Award in shoujo and underlay a TV drama series airing on Japan’s TBS that year. As said earlier, it also relates to Candy Life (Side Story) and Kimi wa Pet the Best (Alternate Story) released in 2002.
The series came out in 1 chapter (Pet), then in Kiss Carnival (June 2000) as 4 chapters and later in Kiss (late 2000 – 2005). The name of Kimi wa Pet came after the 5th chapter. Its licensed North American release was translated as Tramps Like Us. The series’ 1st volume was released in August 2004 and the final volume in February 2008.
Iwaya Sumire, a successful journalist loses her job for too much “perfection”. Lonely and depressed, she picks up an unconscious guy from a box outside her home. For his doggy resemblance she calls him Momo keeping him as a pet. However, unexpected obstacles make them feel attached. Is it relations or a game?
Originally Ogawa drew Momo with much more animal and easy characteristics from her stock characters.
2003 released a 1-volume Extra Heavy Syrup, a side story of Baby Pop. Here Yuki and Emiri work at Syrup Cleaning Service with a sole goal to find their childish boyfriend, Akira. It covers a 100-page story, We Are Also In Arcadia featuring Ryunosuke from Baby Pop.
2005 released Ogawa’s 1st fantasy, a 3-volume Baroque still in the works. In this manga Kabayama Atsushi grew from a prodigy into a regular schoolboy. Another world’s stranger, Trance asks Atsuhi for help as if Atsuhi was the chosen one to save the world…
Kiss & Never Cry (2006) now counts to 6 volumes of sports manga. Michiru is a happy little girl loving to skate and ice dance with a smart boy, Leon. After a family conflict she calls Leon to run away but he’s too scared. Hurt, Michiru runs away alone causing Leon and others search for her. They find her in a skating rink, now smileless…
In 2006 Ogawa also published a 1-volume comedy, Gourmet yo Konbanwa (Please Enjoy Your Special Dishes).
In a 1-volume comedy, Watashi no Sensei (2007) Yoshirouta Mayumi assists to the mangaka Ogawa Yayoi. Amid the hard work she discovers Ogawa’s loving and comic nature!
One of Ogawa’s latest mangas is Figua yo Konnichiwa started in 2009 with only the 1st chapters published so far. Please mind here Kiss & Never Cry and Baroque still being published. So her fans will be happy in the years to come.
If you try to surf the net, particularly in blog websites, you will note that some bloggers write using their cat’s viewpoint which is more commonly called as cat blogging.
What is cat blogging? Those who are unfamiliar with cat blogging may think that these are blogs about cats. Well, you can actually find blogs about cats online. Pets are interesting topics and aside from cats, some bloggers also write about dogs, birds, and fishes. However, some bloggers find cat blogging much better because it draws more attention. Readers find cat blogging quite interesting because the blogger writes blogs using their cat’s viewpoint.
Cat blogging is really strange and this may be the reason why many individuals are interested in reading it as well in posting comments. Blogs about pets, specifically about cats are quite ordinary nowadays because many bloggers want to share with the whole world the everyday life of their cats. If you want to become a well-known blogger, why not try cat blogging?
Through cat blogging, you can be creative and imaginative. You can also practice your spelling and grammar while writing your blogs. If you try cat blogging, you can expect more readers to visit your site. Some bloggers even claim that they receive more or less 5 comments everyday.
You can surely stretch your creativity and imagination through cat blogging. Experts say that bloggers who write from their cat’s viewpoint can enjoy its therapeutic benefit. Your blogs will usually revolve around the daily life of your cat. You can create an entirely different character that catches the attention of many readers.
If you try to look into the existing cat blogs, you will definitely enjoy the experience. You can read about the lives of different kinds of cats. One very popular cat blogger is a diva who talks with celebrities and stars. This cat diva also comments on the shortcomings of the rich people and famous celebrities. You can also find cats that talk about mundane lives. Some cat bloggers also talk about politics and elections. If you add a bit of creativity in your cat blogging, you can also make it big in the blogging business.
Those who love their pet cats will find cat blogging enjoyable. If you want to know more about cat blogging, you can visit catster.com because the diaries there are written from a cat’s viewpoint. Blogs about cats are increasing everyday and the internet has a lot of room for cat lovers.
If you want to expand your imagination, your horizons, create a certain outlet, or simply want to meet other people who think like you, start cat blogging now. Do your homework first and research about cat blogging. You can also reach other cat bloggers online and you can ask for some pointers in making cat blogs. A little hard work might turn you into a successful cat blogger.
Cat blogging is really popular these days. Be a cat blogger and make money from it or you can simply share your cat’s daily life to the world. You can meet many cat lovers online so start blogging now.