The Omlet Blog

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$80 off Purple Eglu Go Chicken Coops + FREE Chick Starter Pack

Terms and Conditions $80 off and FREE Chick Starter Kit pro… Read More

How to give your rabbits more space with Zippi

Rabbits are designed to run, and they love hurtling around on the grass, sprinting back and forth and doing big jumps in the… Read More

Get 10% off & FREE shipping on all Zippi Tunnels and Runs

Upgrade your rabbit’s and guinea pig’s home with the range o… Read More

Blog – Step by Step to Hatching Chicks

As long as your chickens are laying, you can hatch and incubate chicks all year round. However, traditionally the most popular… Read More

Carrot Cake Recipe

 INGREDIENTS Carrot Cake: 6oz dark brown sugar 6oz caster sugar 5oz softened butter (unsalted) 3.5oz natural y… Read More

8 Signs Your Cat Owns You

Any cat owner...sorry, we mean servant… will know these struggles all too well. If you think of a crazy cat lady while reading… Read More

Teach Your Hamster New Tricks!

Someone once said that you can train anything that has a brain that connects to a stomach, and that goes for hamsters as wel… Read More

How To Care For An Older Chicken

  On average backyard chickens live to an age of six to eight years, but there are of course exceptions. How old a chick… Read More

Rescuing ex-battery hens – A photo diary – Part 1

    Nathalie is the owner of the Instagram account… Read More

Ultimate Chicken Keeping Checklist

If you’re a first time chicken keeper getting started this spring, you will likely be wondering what exactly you need to t… Read More

10% OFF Everything in our Spring Sale!

Get 10% off EVERYTHING online until the 24th of March. Treat your pup to a new doggy den, start your chicken keeping journey… Read More

Learn to Read your Rabbit’s Body Language

Cats and dogs (and humans) make noises to show others what they feel, want or really don’t like. Rabbits do as well, but t… Read More