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Don't they get worked up!!!

You should have heard her, talk about panic, I mean, I know she only does it because she cares, but SHEESH!

In order to get into our burrow, you have to go through a thing called a porch. If you can imagine, it's like a really tiny room there the 2-foots hang their coats before they open another door that lets them into the burrow. Anyway... There have been a few flies in the porch. Not the kind that lay the eggs on buns, but nevertheless not very nice. The puzzling thing is, the porch is pretty much sealed, so where are the flies coming from?

Anyway, the 2-foot with the fur on the top of her head has been really panicking because of these flies, she's convinced that they are going to somehow get into the burrow and harm us, and it doesn't matter how many times the 2-foot with no fur on the top of his head tells her that they are the wrong kind of flies, she won't stop thrutching about them.

It only the pair of them would shut up and give us some peace!


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Jun. 22nd, 2007 09:34 pm (UTC)
Hanging fly papers can be quite effective. You'll love the entertainment provided when they get caught up in the fur on the top of your (doe) 2-foot's head!
Jun. 23rd, 2007 01:50 pm (UTC)
Our two-foot doe is the same. She is fly-freaked! But it never hurts to be careful about such things.

Love Miss BEA (out of incognito and back to myself
Jun. 23rd, 2007 08:50 pm (UTC)
Mine is the same! We've had a few funny flies around this week too - Daddy says they are froot flies and won't harm me, but Mummy still frets! What with flies and ants, my burrow is a bit insect infested at the moment - really not good enough!
Jun. 24th, 2007 05:15 pm (UTC)
At least she's thinking about you - that's gotta be good! We have a sort of an enclosed porch, too, but no flies, thank goodness! But it does attract other 2foots sometimes to come visit...
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