Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! In Eastern Zodiac Calendars, 2011 is the Year of the Rabbit so a special shout out to all our bunny owners!

According to some predictions, in this 2011 Rabbit Year, good taste and refinement will shine on everything and people will acknowledge that persuasion is better than force.  Sounds good! However, it's also a year to watch out that we do not become too indulgent as the influence of the Rabbit is said to spoil those who like too much comfort and impair their effectiveness and sense of duty.

Regardless of whether your a rabbit, dog, cat, horse or any other pet or just a plain old human, big or small, furry or not, four legged or finned, we wish you all a safe and prosperous 2011.

The VetShop Team

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  1. My name is William Stimson of Charlottesville Virginia and I request of you permission to use a digital image of one of your photos of the Brisbane flood of 2010-11. The image title is "Brisbane flood from the air .jpg" and appeared in your blog on 13 January 2011. I would like to use this image in a page of my blog on forensic systems engineering. Each page of the blog concerns a different aspect of corporate governance and uses a different image to introduce the subject.

    The page in which I want to use your image of the flood is concerned with production control. The image will simply provide an introduction to the subject and will be used only once, just for this page. I intend to keep the blog going for about one year or perhaps two years. I have downloaded the digital image from a collection of such images on the Internet and it is sufficient for my requirements. All I need from you is your permission to use it. If you do not want to grant permission, then I shall delete the image from my computer.

    Naturally, if you give me permission to use the image, I shall cite your name as the source of it. This page on production control with your flood image will probably be posted on my blog in mid-June.

    Thank you for your consideration.
    Sincerely,
    Bill Stimson
    wstimson@ceva.net

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