I was tagged by @hipstersteve on the abc tag game, thanks a looot
A - age: 18
B - biggest fear: that no one misses me
C - current time: 02h50
D - drink you last had: milk
E - every day starts with: the disguting smell of my cat’s food
F - favorite song: tbh i’ve only been listening to eurovision songs for the past month and a half i’ve just became a bigg pileof eurotrash
G - ghosts, are they real: nah
H - hometown: Maisons-Alfort #94rpz
I - in love with: junk food
J - jealous of: every single one person that snapchats their holidays right now
K - killed someone: 8))
L - last time you cried: tbh since i’ve watched the second season of Sense8 i’ve just found myself crying to litterally everything all the time i hate this
M - middle name: Ludivine Aurore
N - number of siblings: none
O - one wish: to go on holidayyys
P - person you last called/texted: probably my grandma and when i say “probably” i mean she’s literally the only person i call nowadays
Q - questions you’re always asked: “could you take the trash downstairs?”
R - reasons to smile: goats
S - song last sang: Jüri Pootsmann - Play
T - time you woke up: almost noon i think?
U - underwear color: green/blue
V - vacation destination: i’ going to Norway and Milano in august and i’ve been ready to go for like ten months already
W - worst habit: being too damn lazy
X - x-rays you’ve had: i’m not even sure i even had ones once?
Y - your favorite food: bretzel
Z - zodiac sign: scorpio ♏♏♏♏♏
I Spent a Day at a Physiotherapy Center for Disabled Pets
Alforme is a physiotherapy clinic for animals that opened in 2013 in Maisons-Alfort in France. Founded by veterinarian Artem Rogalev, these days the center takes care of up to 20 patients a day. Initially, the practice only dealt with “work” animals like rescue dogs and police horses, but interest has grown so much in the last couple of years that it’s had to expand its services to fit all creatures.
Unlike in Anglo-Saxon countries, where similar practices have been fairly prevalent since the 1980s, pet physiotherapy remains relatively unheard of in France. It’s not totally crazy to think that animals can be treated using some of the same techniques as humans, but it’s only recently that animal insurance brokers in France gave the nod to places like Alforme.
Animal physiotherapy is basically human physiotherapy. It is also mostly reliant on machines that perform all kinds of services—from ultrasounds to electro-stimulation therapy. And just like with humans, animals get their therapy over a lengthy (and pricey) course of sessions.