Learn more about the life, home, and daily routine of a nurse from Lisbon named Cristina.
Sofia and Rui have just adopted two cats: Simba and Milka. They start to worry when they realize Simba hasn’t eaten any of his cat food. Perhaps he’s been eating something else…?
Who says dogs and cats have to be enemies?
A woman adjusts to a difficult new reality by developing a more peaceful way of life and appreciating the humanity of her neighbours.
A woman continues to write in her diary about her day to day life during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the anxiety surrounding the current crisis, she is discovering ways to find joy in the peaceful moments at home.
Marina confronts her neighbour to accuse him of stealing her cat… again.
João stops by Joana’s house to see all the new additions to her home!
Romeu meets Julieta as he is searching for his lost dog. Will this meeting of chance turn into a love story?
Follow along as Marta takes her dog Max to the vet for a routine check-up.
Hélder goes to the animal shelter to adopt a pet. Can you guess which one he chose?
Meet the Portuguese Water Dog: A very special dog breed, well known for its amazing swimming ability and sweet personality!
Animal lovers Pedro and João talk about the pets they have, and others they wish they had.
Our fabulously fictional Portuguese family is back (with peculiarly different voices 😂) and this time, they’re considering adding a new member. We explore new vocabulary surrounding food, animals and more, and also run into some new usage examples of the conjunctive and conditional moods. And just like in the last episode, Rui continues to help Joel identify some more of his “estrangeiro” pronunciation habits!
Update (April 12, 2018): After launching this episode, it was helpfully pointed out to us that keeping a turtle as a pet is irresponsible: They die earlier in captivity and live a miserable, unnatural life. They’re part of our wildlife heritage and need their protected, natural habitat to thrive. Instead, consider adopting a cat or dog from a shelter – surprisingly, they’re less work, and you’ll be doing some good! More details here and here. (Obrigado, Joanna!)