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Ratos en casa 05/16 Beto

Ratos en casa 05/16 Beto

Use cardboard to make this "beehive" DIY cat house! Line with a blanket and let the snuggling begin...

How to Use Cardboard Make Cat's House

How to Use Cardboard to make a cat’s house but wouldn't this make the perfect beehive for some pretend play! Tap the link Now - Luxury Cat Gear - Treat Yourself and Your CAT! Stand Out in a Crowded Worl

Wer Leute auf Reisen kennenlernen will, sollte sein Handy verlieren oder im Hostel einschließen. Sonst wird das nüscht! Guter Rat aus einer Bar in Madrid: Wir haben kein WIFI, quatscht lieber miteinander!

"No, we don't have wi-hi. Talk to each other." Cool Beans turns off the wi-fi once a week and forced people to talk to each other. The trick: It's a random day of the week each time.

Amigurumi crochet cat house - I'm so making this!! Love it!!

Tree Trunk Cat House

Amigurumi crochet cat house - Pet craft diy projects and ideas. My cat and bunny would apriciate this!

Bahahaha! Too cute! $5 at http://www.etsy.com/shop/CraftCoalition

Handmade Crochet Rodent Cuddle House - Any Color - Any Size

#DIY #Crafts #tire

Como transformar un neumático en un Puff

Rat's Tail Cactus - (Aporocactus flagelliformis)

Disocactus flagelliformis - Rat Tail Cactus is a cactus with a thick hanging stems, each with 8 - 13 ribs, up to feet m) long.

#aww #cuterats #petmouse #mouse #ratsofpinterest

#aww #cuterats #petmouse #mouse #ratsofpinterest

Como fazer um veneno caseiro para ratos. Você viu algum rato em sua casa? Se existir um, com certeza que existem muitos mais pois estes animais nunca vivem sozinhos. Os ratos são portadores de doenças que podem se propagar facilmente, tanto ...

Como fazer um veneno caseiro para ratos - 3 receitas SIMPLES

Como fazer um veneno caseiro para ratos. Você viu algum rato em sua casa? Se existir um, com certeza que existem muitos mais pois estes animais nunca vivem sozinhos. Os ratos são portadores de doenças que podem se propagar facilmente, tanto ...

Hornero Nest Building via dogdaz: “Horneros are brown birds with rather short tails and fairly long bills. They are known for building mud nests that resemble old wood-fired ovens (the Spanish word “hornero” comes from horno, meaning “oven”). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hornero Thanks to @Rebecca Silbermann ! #Nest_Building #Hornero

Even Birds build cob homes! hornero-bird-building-nest Building a new home?

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