Petting Farm My Pet and Me


Petting Farm

Series showing children what it really means to have a pet. Rory visits a petting farm and meets up with Karim, Alex and Wiki to find out more.


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-Hello, welcome to My Pet and Me. I'm Rory.

-And I'm Ferne.

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We've been hoping you'd join us because we are catching up

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with some much-needed cuddles with little Biscuit here.

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-Yes, we are. She's so cute!

-I know, I know.

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Lots of animals make brilliant pets and we love meeting you and yours.

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We do. So, what are your plans today, Rory?

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I'm glad you asked. I'm off to meet some new friends.

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And you can come with me, too. Let's go.

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-Have fun!

-Bye.

-Say bye-bye. Bye!

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# My pet, my pet and me

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# My pet, my pet and me

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# Down every street

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# Our pets do meet

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# Some big, some small Some scaly, some furry

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# Some keep very still Some are always in a hurry

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# Some have four paws

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# Some have sharp claws

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-# Some quack

-Some bark

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-# Some purr

-Some moo

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-# Some grunt

-Some squawk

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# Some cock-a-doodle-doo

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# My pet, my pet and me

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# My pet, my pet and me

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# My pet, my pet and me

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# Have you met my pet and me? #

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Today, we're at an animal park in Livingston.

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With the help of some new friends, we're going to meet lots of animals.

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This place looks cool. Let's go and say hello.

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Cock-a-doodle-doo!

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-Hi, guys.

-CHILDREN: Hi, Rory.

-What are your names?

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-Alex.

-Vicky.

-Karim.

-Well, it's lovely to meet you.

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And isn't this place amazing?

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-Yeah.

-It's great.

-Look at these chickens here. Hee-hee!

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-Have any of you guys got pets at home?

-CHILDREN: No.

-No?

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-This is perfect. You can meet lots of animals, can't you?

-Yes.

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-Shall we go and say hello to some?

-CHILDREN: Yes!

-Let's go.

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Hee-hee!

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MOO!

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-Hello! You must be Carol.

-Hi, Rory. Hi, guys.

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CHILDREN: Hi, Carol!

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Carol is one of the people that work here, looking after the animals.

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-And I think she loves them all. Is that right?

-That's very true.

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I thought so. And who do we have here?

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Here we have Eve. And this is George, Eve's son.

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Aw, they're lovely!

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-Do you know what sort of dog they are?

-Sheepdogs.

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That's right, they're sheepdogs.

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George and Eve are border collies, which are often used as sheepdogs

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because they're very intelligent and good at rounding up sheep.

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-So, do these guys round up any sheep here?

-Yes.

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Oh, brilliant. Clever dogs.

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-So, how do you think they feel, guys?

-Um...

-Soft and furry.

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Yeah. If you don't have a pet,

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or even if you do and you want to see more,

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an animal park is the perfect place

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to meet and learn about lots of different animals.

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What animals have you got here, Carol?

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Everything from little guinea pigs to huge, big Highland cows.

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Wow! What animal are you most looking forward to seeing, Alex?

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-Goats!

-Bunnies.

-Rabbits!

-Oh, exciting!

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-A big, giant, soft rabbit?

-Yeah.

-I think they might have some.

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-Is that right, Carol?

-Yes, we do.

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Well, there are lots of animals to go and see,

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so I think we should get exploring, don't you, guys?

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-CHILDREN: Yeah!

-Excellent!

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First, Ferne, can you give us some facts about places like this

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where you can meet different animals?

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Of course, Rory.

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One - community or city farms are great if you want to cuddle

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rabbits and guinea pigs and maybe even take a ride on a tractor.

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Two - if you want to see lots of different animals,

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then a wildlife or conservation park is for you.

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You might be able to see baboons, meerkats,

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penguins and maybe even lions!

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Three - botanical gardens are found in most cities

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and are usually home to some very large fish.

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Care Time!

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All pets need lots of love, care and attention to keep them happy,

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and the animals here are no different.

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Luckily, there are plenty of staff around to look after them.

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So, guys, what do you need to do to look after animals?

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-Um...clean them out?

-That's right. What else?

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-Food!

-Of course. And...?

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-Water.

-Of course. Those are all excellent answers.

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So, Carol, we are here to help. What can we do?

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-How about we go and clean out the miniature donkeys?

-Oh, yes!

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-How does that sound, guys?

-CHILDREN: Yeah!

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OK, come on, let's go.

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Hello, donkeys! Oh, lovely miniature donkeys!

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So, Carol, what do we need to do?

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I'll take the donkeys outside and I'll give you all

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-these gloves to wear.

-We should pop them on

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to keep our hands nice and clean, yeah? Let's do that.

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Thanks, Carol.

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OK, guys, grab yourselves a shovel and a brush

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and let's get clearing up this poo.

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-Ugh!

-Ugh, it's sticking.

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Right, good work, guys. Let's keep going.

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Well done. You've got that bit there? Good work, guys.

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Almost there.

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Ooo, up I get.

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Good work. Pop that over there.

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Right, looks good. I'll get rid of these.

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-OK, what do we need to do?

-Put the new hay into the barn.

-Exactly.

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We need new hay and new straw for their beds and new bedding, as well.

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Thank you, Vicky. Right, let's spread this out.

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Good work, Alex. Well done.

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That's good. What about this spot over here that's empty?

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I'm going great!

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OK, that's the last little bit there. Spread that out.

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-What do we need to do now?

-Get hay and straw.

-Absolutely.

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I'll get the straw first and we can make a nice bed for the donkeys.

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Right, I've got the hay here. You help me pull that apart.

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And pop it in here.

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Great!

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OK, this is all looking good. What do we need to do now?

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-CHILDREN: Water!

-Fresh water.

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Right, I'll get that. Here we go.

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-Right, fresh water. What do you think, guys?

-Good.

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-Do you think the donkeys are going to like it?

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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Let's get Carol to let them back in.

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-Hiya.

-Hi, donkeys.

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They really, really like what we've done.

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I think they're very happy with what we've done, you're right.

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-They're eating the hay.

-Oh, yay!

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Look, the goat is stealing some of their food. How cheeky!

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I think they're all friends, so it's OK.

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I think we've done a fantastic job. Shall we have some high-fives?

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-Yeah.

-Yeah.

-High-fives!

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What good teamwork.

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Wash your hands!

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THEY SQUEAK

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Ever since I was young, I have always loved animals.

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And these guinea pigs are really cute!

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-You're lovely! Do you want to give her a stroke?

-Yes.

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-What does she feel like?

-Soft and furry.

-She does, doesn't she?

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If the animals could get together and do anything they wanted,

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what do you think they'd do?

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If these animals could do anything,

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they would all live together in a house.

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They would all have jobs to do.

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The chickens would wash the dirty dishes.

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The horses would make the beds.

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And the rabbits would bake lovely cakes.

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It's a very happy house.

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Great! Good job, guys. Well done.

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We've worked very hard and seen a lot of animals today,

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-but there's more to see. Shall we go and see more?

-Yeah!

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-Let's go animal-spotting.

-Yeah, come on, let's go.

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There are loads of animals to see here in this animal park.

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Wow! Who do we have here?

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Does anyone know what these amazing furry guys are called?

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-Highland cows.

-Yes, that's right.

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They're from the Highlands of Scotland.

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-What do you notice about them, Karim?

-They have big, long horns.

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They certainly do. They're huge, aren't they?

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That's to protect themselves. And what else?

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They've got long hair and the colour is ginger.

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Yes, just like my beard.

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THEY LAUGH

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That hair helps to keep them nice and warm in the Scottish winter.

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-And, Vicky, what else?

-A tongue.

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-And what does the tongue look like?

-Long.

-It's huge, isn't it?

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They're very lovely. Shall we say goodbye to them?

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-CHILDREN: Bye!

-Bye, Highland cows! Come on.

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-What animals are up here?

-CHILDREN: Goats!

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They're amazing, aren't they?

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-Who knows what a baby goat is called?

-A kid!

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Yes, that's right, just like you guys.

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When they're young, they're called kids.

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-Can you see what this is in the enclosure?

-Yeah.

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-What do you think they do on this?

-Jump in and climb it.

-Yes.

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Goats love to climb, so it's perfect for that.

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Look at this one. What does she have on her chin?

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-A beard.

-Yeah, that's right. Just like this!

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-What do you think, do we have the same beard?

-No.

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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-Shall we keep exploring?

-Yes!

-Come on, let's go.

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Well, that was fun, seeing all those animals,

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and now we get to hang out with the cuddliest of them all, some rabbits!

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Aw! Who've you got down there?

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-Dandelion.

-Aw, she's lovely!

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-And, guys, who have we got here?

-Dougal.

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Aw! Look at Dougal!

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Look at all that fur! They feel lovely, don't they?

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Look, we've got a big bunny behind us. There's Atlas.

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Hi! Wow, that's the biggest rabbit I've seen.

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CHILDREN: Yeah.

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Karim, Vicky and Alex, I have has a wonderful time today

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exploring and seeing all these animals with you.

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-Thank you for having me.

-CHILDREN: Thank you, Rory.

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It's great to be here, whether you've got a pet or not. High-fives?

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Yeah!

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My pet and me!

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-Hi, Ferne. Hi, Bagel.

-Hi, Rory. You look like you've had a great day.

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-What have you been up to?

-Oh, it was awesome.

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-I had so much fun with my new friends.

-Fantastic!

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I've just been giving Bagel a little bit of a brush.

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-Yeah. She's looking great.

-Thank you.

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Pets are brilliant, but you shouldn't

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touch an animal unless the owner says it's OK.

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But two pets you can definitely play with are ours.

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Go on the CBeebies website and play the My Pet and Me game.

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Thanks for joining us. We hope you've had fun, too.

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# Today we met

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# A lovely pet

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# We've seen how much you care for them

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# Thank you so much for sharing them

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# Time for us to

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# Just remind you

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# After you've played with your pet

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# Wash your hands, don't forget

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# It doesn't matter what pets you've got

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# You might have one, you might not

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# It's still fun finding out

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# What having a pet is all about

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# My pet, my pet and me

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# My pet, my pet and me

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# My pet, my pet and me

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# Come back and see my pet and me. #

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ALL: Bye!

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Rory visits a petting farm and meets up with Karim, Alex and Wiki to find out more. They meet Carol who works there, and together they clean out the miniature donkeys' stable. They have fun meeting lots of different animals at the farm.


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