What a life!
Nov. 2nd, 2003 at 12:26 PM
Ahh Sunday. Chilling out all day, hiding in the bottom of the castle with my Flopsy Girl, Bliss.........
Current Mood: content
Nov. 2nd, 2003 12:17 pm (local)
Hello, nice to read you... :-)
Hello Dandy bun,
We would like to introduce ourselves: Gin & Tonic. We are 8 weeks old and since yesterday we have 2 2-foots pets. They seem to be ok but we don't understand why we can't stay with our mum. Apparently it's called growing up. Anyway we do get loads of food and lovely hay and big cuddles. We have been allowed a few times in our pets' hutch. It's huge! In fact it's too big! We could get lost... So we make sure that we hold on to each other. We came across your journal and thought it would be nice to say hello.
Say Hi to Flopsy Girl on our behalf!
Gin & Tonic
Nov. 2nd, 2003 03:14 pm (local)
Re: Hello, nice to read you... :-)
Hello Gin & Tonic:
you are very lucky to have 2-foots as pets, they are very interesting animals. It takes quite a long time to teach them how to behave though. At first, they will not realise that it's ok for you to eat the wallpaper and chew lumps out of the furniture, but in time, they will come to realise that it's only stuff, and that it's you that really matters.
Make sure that your 2-foots provide you with a non-stop supply of food and attention, again this make take some training, but it's well worth the effort.
Write again soon
Nov. 2nd, 2003 03:23 pm (local)
Gin & Tonic
Don't worry about getting lost. 2foots seem to want to know whereever you are and put you away if you get lost. For example they always seem to know whenever Blackberry is digging away... I wonder if this needs to be considered by a 2foot vet?
Have fun and eat lots of wallpaper
Hawthorn, Bramble and the pack
p.s. We'll have to introduce ourselves properly at some stage but the 2foots have come back from that evil place the PUB!
Nov. 2nd, 2003 11:57 pm (local)
Hmm. So your 2-foots go to the Pub as well do they? I think that it's some kind of punishment that they have to suffer for being naughty, I mean they never seem quite right when they get back from there.
Nov. 2nd, 2003 12:39 pm (local)
Hello Gin and Tonic! You are such a cutie! It is cold in Oregon too!. It is snowing instead of raining. Our stupid pet 2-food chose a place above 500 feet to live. Now it is snowing. How stupid of them. It is sooooooooo cold.
BunnyBunny in Oregon
Nov. 2nd, 2003 03:09 pm (local)
Hi Bunny Bunny:
I hope it does not snow in your house, or your 2-foots will not be able to see you!