I'm a bit concerned about tonight. It sounds as if one of the 2-foots (the one with no fur on the top of his head) will not be home until REALLY late. That means that the other one will have to look after us all on her own. This is bad news. I don't think we have the proportions quite right as it is, I mean I reckon that to give us ALL of the attention we need, there should be at least two 2-foots to each bun. That way, there will always be a 2-foot to look after us while the others sleep, or go to the allotment.
Don't get me wrong, I mean our 2-foots try their best, but there are only two of them, so they cannot possibly cope with all the needs of two of us, however, I think that it's downright stupid, and bordering on the cruel to expect us to cope when there is only one here to fulfill our every wish.
We are considering looking to see if there is a 2-foot sanctuary close by, that way we could perhaps consider adopting another 2-foot, or perhaps a bonded pair to help look after us. What do you think?