Sheila Wood

Sheila Wood

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Mother Nature knows best. This mama tiger was depressed after her litter died, and her health began to fail. Zoo keepers decided to try and see if they could help her heal by allowing her own motherly nurturing instincts to develop. They made special tiger coats for these motherless piglets, and the rest is history. She raised them all to adulthood. Who said nurture isnt important? Pffft!

her cubs from premature labour. Shortly after she became depressed and her health declined, and she was diagnosed with depression. So they wrapped up piglets in tiger cloth, and gave them to the tiger. The tiger now loves these pigs an

The Greatest Thing about the Love of Dogs

The Greatest Thing about the Love of Dogs

Marischal Square at Night- 'Poised' by Andy Scott- creator of The Kelpies sculpture in Falkirk. Poised is the first sculpture by Andy Scott in the North East.

Marischal Square at Night- 'Poised' by Andy Scott- creator of The Kelpies sculpture in Falkirk. Poised is the first sculpture by Andy Scott in the North East.

Cumbernauld Arria Mermaid by Andy Scott

Arria is the amazing new sculpture by Andy Scott, situated overlooking the motorway in Scotland at the entrance to the new town of Cumbernauld.

Roebank Street Dennistoun

Roebank Street Dennistoun

Duke Street at Cumbernauld Road & Miller Street East

Duke Street at Cumbernauld Road & Miller Street East. I used to go to the Olympia Cinema - saw Dr No there and then there was great ice cream at Coia's

Dennistoun: Onslow Drive from Cumbernauld Road. Duke Street at Cumbernauld Road. Photo was commissioned by McLaren Brothers of 645 Duke Street and distributed as a postcard. The photo is taken from Miller Street East which is now Millerston Street in or shortly after 1905. The shops are from left to right James …

Dennistoun: Onslow Drive from Cumbernauld Road. Duke Street at Cumbernauld Road. Photo was commissioned by McLaren Brothers of 645 Duke Street and distributed as a postcard. The photo is taken from Miller Street East which is now Millerston Street in or shortly after 1905. The shops are from left to right James …