With the new Peter Rabbit movie hopping into cinemas March 16, Sony Pictures and Mumsnet have teamed up to hide Peter Rabbit and his friends across the Mumsnet site for you to try and find. Follow the clues below and if you stumble across Peter Rabbit, post the URL of the page you found him on this page here and you will be entered into a prize draw to win a £500 Pets at Home voucher, plus a £250 Love2Shop voucher. Three runners up will also receive goody bags.
Clues: 1. It’s all go go go on this part of Talk – find the latest conversations and threads you can stalk 2. YABU or YANBU is the answer over here – it’s the part of Mumsnet that some people fear 3. Whether you like comedy or drama, we’ve got a movie – find the homepage and everything’s groovy 4. Talking about films is the key, and if you look closely there’s a clue to see 5. Whether you've got green fingers, or your plants keep dying – check this part of talk and you'll be flying 6. Find children's book recommendations here, so when bedtime comes you're in the clear
We are also offering you the chance to win an extra £300 voucher of your choice (from a list) by sharing with us the made up lives and/or personalities you or your children have for your pets. “If you want to find out more about what pets get up to, why not book your child a place on one of Pets at Home’s fantastic FREE My Pet Pals workshops? Book your place now by clicking here”
Has your DC ever made up a whole story as to what their pet’s life was like before it came into your home? Perhaps they imagine that all pets can speak to each other in a secret language that humans can’t understand? Maybe when you were a child, you imagined that your pet would go on all sorts of adventures when you were out and they would come back and tell you about them?
Whatever the lives/personalities you or your DC have for your pet, share them with us on the thread below and you will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a £300 voucher of your choice (from a list).
We have a cat and some fish and the kids don't seem that fussed over them! I like the fish. I like how when I feed them half of them come straight up with their mouths open all excited and the other half just wait for the leftovers!
hello i found him on talk/bedtime books. my daughter who is now 24 used to have a guinea pig called steven, after her imaginary friend who lived under her bed.She used to say that she flew over the houses and had adventures with him. She still has a vivid imagination although she probably wont like me to admit it!
I found him here - https://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/childrens_books. My husband made up stories about Pelecat the Gentlecat Thief based on our tiny cat who passed away. She and her sidekick, Thomas, her tearaway brother would go on pink panther style adventures wearing a top hat, opera cloak and carrying a diamond topped cane. I keep promising to properly write them down to read to DS1.
our little pug Bo loves watching tv and barks when he sees animals so we make up stories about what he is saying to the animals when he is barking. he loves the meer cats on coronation street! he starts 'chatting' even when he hears the corrie music start! it's comical!
As for the secret lives of pets - I often supply the dialogue for 'conversations' between my two cats and the dog. They all have different voices . My dog is often known to complete crosswords and the cats are very good at answering quiz questions!
Our dogs have complicated lives, with distinct voices for each one, but the most recent story was about evilgingercat, prompted by my colleague taking her cat away to the off site meeting with her and leaving him in the hotel room. As may be evident from his name, evilgingercat is a big boy with a big personality, which is usually directed to finding new ways to annoy people and other animals - he particularly enjoys harassing local dogs. So the image of what he might get up to in a hotel was irresistable - what he'd be ordering from room service, how he'd behave (totally rock and roll), and if he'd be summoning ladies to come and stroke him...
Our rabbit is a bit of an escape artist. She can jump over her pen, which is about 60cm. She also looks like a magician’s rabbit. For these reason my children are convinced she goes on magical adventures when they’re at school, getting into all sorts of mischief.
We have a lizard and a hamster. They live on opposite sides of the same room. One belongs to DS and one to DD. They often wonder what they get up too on a night when every one is in bed. They are both nocturnal after all x