Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Monday, February 23, 2009
The plumbers came today. They spent 4 hours in the basement, doing their plumber thing. The fur babies spent those 4 hours upstairs in the bedrooms with their litterbox and food/water. They had two bedrooms, the staircase and hallway to play in. Honey sat at the bottom of the stairs and meowed and howled to be let out. Lucy would get on her hind legs and reach for the door knob, push on the door, bang, bang! 4 hours of these two trying to get out. Natalie, well she didn't care. She rather liked being in the "penthouse suite".
Finally, they all got to be free again through the house. Honey immediately begged for chicky and Lucy gobbled her food like she hadn't eaten in days! Natalie, went around investigating.
After about 20min., I couldn't find Lucy. I found her as pictured, on the bed, upstairs in the precise area she did NOT want to be in all morning! She stayed for exactly 4 hours sleeping like this!
Sometimes I think they plan all this.
Sunday, February 22, 2009
Friday, February 20, 2009
Samudra the baby elephant at the Oregon Zoo is 5 months old.
The follow is an update from the Zoo's website:
Wednesday, Feb. 18
Samudra continues to pack on the pounds, just like a strapping young elephant should. Today, Sam weighed in a 844 pounds -- almost three times as much as when he was born!
Monday, February 16, 2009
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Hi people! So Gunther had on a tv show last night...the tv person was talking and then a bell would ring, "ding". blah, blah, DING, blah, blah, DING.
After about 6 DINGs, Lucy and Natalie got up and ran to the front door! hahahahah!
Can you believe I have to live with these two????
Monday, February 9, 2009
A few months ago a very tiny and skinny cat showed up at my house. She would sit on the front porch in the sunbeam or in the bushes. I started to leave food for her. I could never tell if she had a home or not. I named her Mousie. Today, when we opened the back door she was there, dead. She maybe got hit by a car. So Gunther and I organized a small funeral and buried her under the plum tree.
Everyone, remember to not let your pets out where they can be hit by cars or get into yard chemicals or hurt by other animals. If you have a pet, take care of it. If you can't take care of it, take it to the Humane Society and they will find someone who can. If you cannot afford food for your pet, contact the Humane Society, they have pet food programs.
Party on, Mousie! See ya at the Rainbow Bridge!