more fluffy friends by the beaches


I’ve named this big fluffy kitty tinsel. because the first time I’ve met this guy is during Christmas! hence tinsel 🙂

(Real name is baba)

Tinsel is always sitting in front of the front porch no matter what the weather is! He loves the snow. But don’t worry tinsel has the fluffiest and most beautiful fur that will keep him warm all day! He also lives with a few other adorable kitty friends.


His friends are a little shy but also enjoys sitting on the porch too.

Tinsel is very friendly and affectionate, he absolutely loves being petted and will roll onto his belly! He has a little black spot on his nose which just makes him extra adorable!





fluffy friends by the beaches 

this is one of the many kitty pals I have. I came across this buddy when I was walking around the city. I named this new friend freckles.(though that’s probably not them actual name)

Freckles is not only super friendly but also playful, they especially like little pats on the back and nose! freckles is an outdoor kitty that likes to observe others by their home

meet my friends pt.3 (Sophie)


this is Sophie, the cutest lil frenchie puppers. She is extremely high maintenance and is the queen of the house. Sophie hates other living creatures (that are not people) and will bark and possibly attack them. She is known as the “neighborhood bully” because of that, Sophie tends to snap at anything smaller than her.

Her day consists of sleeping and crying at humans. Taking care of Sophie is a 24/7  job!!

Sophie is a full-time princess, and is so spoiled!!! but she will give you all the love and cuddles you need ❤



basic axolotl care 

Axolotls are salamanders that stay at their larval stage, in the wild, they are nearly extinct. But are quite common household pets.

Axolotls are very high maintenance creatures, be sure to do your research before getting one!!!


One axolotl requires a 10-gallon aquarium (ideally 20 gallons).

* naturally they are quite aggressive animals and should not be housed with another. Bigger fishes will nip/ eat the axie and smaller ones will become dinner, so generally, it’s not a good idea to keep tank mates

A hideout is also required in an axie aquarium, they are shy animals that enjoy hiding. Common ones used are flower pots, pvc pipes, mugs etc.


Do not use gravel or regular aquarium sand as the substrate. Only use extremely fine sand as substrate, choose one that is safe to be ingested.

this is the exact substrate I use



Axolotls do not have eyelids, they have very poor eyesight. Light should be avoided in the aquarium, only use light for viewing purposes.

Water quality 

A water filter is a must.axies need clean and cold water to survive. (16-18c). Temperatures can be regulated by a cooler or fan. Warm temperatures will lead to stress and possibly death.

adjustable filter is also required (always leave on the weakest flow if not it will stress out your lil friend)

Clean and change water frequently (i spot clean daily and make sure a 50% water change is done weekly) High ammonia levels are very unsafe for axies. The more frequent water change the better.


These cute lil bulbs feed on bloodworms, nightcrawlers and axolotl pellets. It is recommended to feed daily or every other day.


this is just a basic care guide more research should be done prior to getting an axolotl, though they are super cute and adorable their average lifespan is 10 years. (Make sure you have to the commitment for that!!)

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