On Saturday, April 21st, Cinco Ranch will present its Third Annual Cinco Ranch Nature Adventure.
Free and Open to the Public, the event, will take place from 11AM to 3PM, outdoors near the Cinco Ranch Lake House, located at 25202 Springwood Lake Drive, Katy, Texas 77494.
All rides and shows will be FREE, including demonstrations by the Houston Zoo, Texas Snakes and More, the Houston Frisbee Dogs, and an array of other educational organizations.
In addition, there will be a petting zoo, pony rides, camel rides, bungee trampoline, and inflatables.
New this year will be a human gyroscope, a live bird show, an interactive photo booth, and more!
Food and drinks will be sold, along with items to be purchased or donations to be made.
Parking will be available along Spring Green Blvd with a hay ride to pick up guests and take them to the event site. When you arrive please follow the parking directional signs and police officer signals as they direct traffic.
Come Join the Fun!
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Considering a new pet for your household? Well, one consideration is how long that pet will be a part of you life. Here is a list that explores an animal’s potential lifespan:
The average life expectancy of an indoor cat is nine to fifteen years. The oldest cat ever was a Texan from Austin! Creme Puff was born on August 3, 1967, and died on August 6, 2005.
The median life expectancy of dogs is 12.8 years. This varies greatly by breed. The oldest dog ever was Australian cattle-dog, Bluey. He lived twenty-nine years and five months, from 1910 to November 14, 1939.
The larger the bird, the longer the expected life span. Birds vary from a finch or canary that has a life expectancy of fifteen years to a cockatoo that may live sixty-five years.
The life span of a hamster is two to three years.
In general, the larger the fish, the longer the life span; and, egg laying fish live longer than those that give birth to live young. Bettas usually live an a little over two years, while goldfish may live ten to thirty years.