Easter has already been taken too far as all we care about now is how many chocolate eggs we can eat in the one day.
The same can be said for meerkats at a leading safari park in Stirling. The eggs they received however where not not chocolate, fear not they didn’t get a kitkat egg; ostrich eggs filled with meal worms was the treat. I wonder if the meerkats know anything about Jesus to even be allowed to celebrate Easter.
Gary Gilmour, manager of Blair Drummond Safari park, said “It was just a wee bit of a treat for them. We made up some eggs that we had round the park and basically drilled some holes in them and filled them with tasty morsels such as meal worms.” He did not mention if they had an Easter egg hunt. Let’s hope they did.