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- Any kind of furniture made specifically for a baby such as baby cribs and mattresses, playpens, highchairs and changing tables. Popular nursery furniture also includes armoires, dressers, rocking chairs, toy boxes and rugs.
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DaVinci Kalani 3 Drawer Changer in Espresso
Change baby with the cool Kalani. Engineered with three drawers and an included changer pad, it's got just extra space and comfort you need for baby's things. This beautifully matched pine wood Kalani 3 drawer changer is the perfect match for those who want to have a complete nursery without taking up much of your space. Includes a waterproof changing pad with safety strap. The unit has solid pine legs, drawer fronts and drawer sides. Compliments the Kalani or Anastasia cribs for that perfect nursery. Features: Kalani 3-drawer changer is the perfect solution for those who want to complete the nursery but who lack the space to have both a changer and a dresser Comes with a 1" waterproof changing pad and safety strap Features 3 drawers for great storage space and changing station on top for convenience. Drawers glide on metal hardware for easy access and has a stop mechanism that will lock that will not allow your little one to open it all the way Lead and phthalate safe Non-toxic finish Made of solid New Zealand Pine wood from sustainable forests and engineered wood products 1 year warranty Specifications: Product Dimensions: 41"H x 23"W x 37"D Assembled Weight: 71 lbs.
Firu is doing wonderful and has settled in and learned the routine of how our household works fairly quickly . I swear to you , you would think he has lived here his whole life , because of the way he already knows what door to go to when he needs to potty, where the water bowl...s are and what areas are for him to sit/lay on . We have put together a large great dane size crate for his area and yellow blanket wrapped around a Orthopedic bed , he seems to really love his little den and we have to baby talk him to get him to go upstairs with us. He still does not care for ANY of the other animals here and growls pretty viciously when they come up to the baby gates or crate to greet him . Of course I know nothing about his past or what this little guy has been through , but with some training he should get over that in time . We always take things slowly around here when introducing a new dog to our home , as it just takes one to disrupt things . My daughter couldn't get enough of Firu last night and made him a little bed with his yellow blanket on the couch , when she knows I don't allow any animals on the furniture . That is why I have 13 dogs beds throughout the house that belongs to them , as well as a dog chair in each room , but she still did this because she knew I wouldn't make him get down . Firu has become very vocal since he arrived here yesterday and does not like to be in a room alone for any amount of time . I will have to get a video of his little voice and share with everyone , because you think the pictures and videos I have posted of him before steal your heart , just wait until you hear him whine and talk to me . I have many things going on this week , transports and fingers crossed 3 of my fosters get adopted this weekend , so please forgive me if I don't reply to your personal messages . There is some personal things I would like to share with everyone about me and my rescue . I am a INDEPENDENT Rescuer and I do not have Volunteers/Fosterhomes/Foster Coordinators/Adoption Coordinators/Fund Raising Coordinators, etc. that a typical rescue have . I do everything myself , with the help of my husband Shane and my youngest daughter Lexie , it has took me many years to build my rescue up and get my reputation out to those (shelters and other rescues) that know in some way shape or form I may be able to help . I use my own money to vet the animals I rescue and it is RARE I ever ask for donations to help an animal in my care .My rescue name is Barks and Wiggles Boxer Rescue and it will soon be registered with the IRS as a Non-Profit Corporation, just waiting on the letter .I also focus on helping those of who own a pet in my local area , but are less fortunate financially and I help in assisting them in spay/neutering their pets and getting them current on vaccinations .This also is all out of my pocket . I am fortunate enough to have accounts set up at local vets offices as well as Spay/Neutering clinics that give me rescue discounts even though my non-profits are not official yet. In Firu's case as you all know it would have required a 2nd mortgage on my house to treat him , but when I stepped up and rescued him from the shelter I didn't care , I was willing to do that , because I wanted him better and was thinking of nothing but that. I was fortunate enough to have the love and support of ALL of you in donations , love and well wishes in his recovery ...ANY and ALL of the extra money that has been raised in the name of Firu will be used to treat and care for other animals in need as well as the continued care of Firu himself . I have 2 boxers (rescued/fosters) I rescued that are going in for surgery @ the Animal Hospital Of East Burke on November 12th, 2010 to have tumors removed that are probably cancer , because both of these females have had cancerous tumors removed before. Firu is and should be a inspiration to everyone ,to get more of you involved in Animal Rescue . It is Animal Lovers that allow rescues to continue their efforts to save lives . If anyone who has followed Firu's story and ever thought about fostering one day or even transporting an animal to his or her new life then I BEG you to make that move now . There are rescues/shelters pretty much in every city, county and state and they could ALL use Volunteers in some way . It does not take a lot to make a huge difference in a animals life . Rescues/Sheters will educate you and their Experienced Volunteers are there to help you through fostering , transporting or even volunteering at an event . Get involved in animal rescue and tell them Firu sent you :) I promise you will walk away with a heart FULL of emotion . Thank you all for taking the time to read this . Firu and I send our love and never ending gratitude to EVERYONE !!! See More
Baby Copperheads (Agkistrodon contortix)
December 6, 2009 Norcross Ga, USA, North America. . The Georgia Herp Expo at the North Atlanta Trade Center in Norcross attracted hundreds of buyers and animal lovers and dozens of vendors with exotic reptiles from around the world and a large selection of cages, cage furniture, heaters, books and literature, feeders and crickets, and other reptile keeping supplies mostly at discount or even wholesale prices. (167-GHS-HerpExpo_ND33327-BabyCopperheads)