Wednesday, October 18, 2017

What’s going on with Small Animal Talk?

Hero, three legged cat, tripod, cat grooming
Whatever I do Hero will be there to ensure that my desk is pretty much unusable because he will plonk himself in the middle of it and demand my undivided attention. Here he is doing his impersonation of a meerkat.
Well, folks, I will be posting a little less regularly. The reason is that I’ve committed to a very large animal welfare and ethics project, one that I hope will make a difference and - in some ways - consolidate a lot of the work I am doing. And I needed re-evaluate my commitments.

I don’t want to reveal too much at this stage, but I will keep you informed as it progresses.

I will still continue to post, just not three times per week as previously. I suspect that, in this era of information overload, it won’t be a big deal. Nonetheless there are some regular readers who have kept up with just about every post and sent me suggestions and comments.

Please keep the ideas coming, and I look forward to keeping in touch.
One another note, earlier this year I was asked to write an opinion piece for Sydney Alumni Magazine. I wrote about how we can make a difference with personal choices. You can read it here.

Finally, Perth based artist Helen Norton (interviewed by SAT earlier this year) currently has an exhibition called "Dog" on in Sydney until November 11 at Michael Commerford's Gallery. Find out more here.