Getting back to normal
Nov. 8th, 2003 at 8:51 AM
I'm not going to write much today, after all, I wrote a HUGE pageful yesterday, but I just wanted to let you all know that after all the excitement of coming home on Thursday, and all of the mad games we played, things are starting to get back to normal.
It's funny how I was worried that Flopsy Girl would not want me back, and how Flopsy Girl was worried that I would not feel the same about her as I did before, we should both have known better.
Now where's that carrot I hid under the hay.....
Current Mood: content
Nov. 9th, 2003 10:48 am (local)
We are glad that you are feeling much better and that you are with Flopsy Girl again.
Our 2-foots check our bums at least 3 times a day. It is so weird! But we guess it is for our best.
We are very happy with our 2-foots. They seem to be looking after us well and they spoil us. They give us some blackberrie leaves on a regular basis. We just love it!
However, we are worried. We heard our 2-foots talking to another 2-foots this afternoon. Our siblings need a home! The other 2-foots was saying something like "people letting her down" and "not enough room to keep them" and "don't know what to do because winter is settling in". Whatever that means it didn't sound too good. Our 2-foots seem worried about this. Are our bothers & sisters ok?
Gin & Tonic
2 very worried buns
Nov. 10th, 2003 12:19 am (local)
Hi Gin & Tonic.
I'm very pleased that you are settling in ok, and that you have started to successfully train your 2-foots. You should consider yourselves very lucky that you were chosen from all of the buns that your 2-foots could have decided to serve, as many buns are not so lucky.
The main problem is that there are so many of us, and there are not enough 2-foots to go round. This is because they are not as good at breeding as we are, and when they do finally get around to it (although ours never have), their litters are much smaller than ours.
I expect that your 2-foots will be telling other 2-foots about your brothers and sisters though, so with any luck, they will have pet 2-foots of their own before too long.