This weeks issue of Sheep Cosmo delves into how to keep your farmer’s attention from wandering.
One small step for cat kind...
…one giant, painful leap to the bottom of the stairs.
“When one person extends himself to another in a trusting way—by, say, giving money—the person being trusted experiences a surge in oxytocin that makes her less likely to hold back and less likely to cheat. Which is another way of saying that the feeling of being trusted makes a person more…trustworthy. Which, over time, makes other people more inclined to trust, which in turn…” —The Trust Molecule by Paul J. Zak - WSJ.com