We are all part of life’s rich tapestry from the butterfly to the mad march hare, we have many similarities with animals.
Flits from idea to idea, place to place, enthusiastic, carefree and beautiful. Enjoys the warm sun, often shy in youth yet unknowingly dazzles admirers. A sweet tooth, loves gifts of flowers.
Hardworking, busy, productive, focussed and determined. Loves bright colours and sunshine. Has a sweet tooth, loves chocolate. enjoys to be among a hive of activity. Excitable, enjoys dancing.
Loves family life, defender of loved ones, a follower, sometimes timid and indecisive. Enjoys a simple life relaxing quietly at home; with pastimes such as knitting. Can be a bit dippy if the weather is hot.
Unpredictable, enjoys comfort, vain, dignified, sometimes aloof and slow to trust. Can be a cunning gossip playing two ends to the middle. Good at sports such as high jump and ball games.
Known to tell lies and often poke their snout into other people’s business. However, their sometimes annoying habits and playfulness make them endearing and often attract kind souls.
Likes to hang out alone, sometimes fuelled with testosterone, and often ‘put in his place’. Has a ring through his nose, likes to look fit, beefed up and admired.
A little cunning, keeps under the radar, cheekily selfish. Provides a cosy family home. A nest builder and enjoys being in a large family.
A little thoughtless, charming, poor memory, inflated ego, not as bright as he looks! Loud and can be heard above all others so therefore often in trouble. reluctant to ‘have a go’
Loving, enthusiastic, can be lazy, easily encouraged with food or love. misses your absence and makes you feel special but easily distracted if a better offer comes along.
Busy little homemaker, always rushing, can sometimes get her feathers ruffled but generally sings sweetly and moves with swift elegance.
The mad march hare loves his mates, but moves on, changes temperament quickly, hopping from relaxed to crazy. Sharp senses.