I’m curious — why does Mrs. Potts have a pink collar? Is it hard to tell her apart from Gaston and Ressler?
When I first brought them home I thought I’d have a hard time telling them apart, so I collared her when I collared the other two. As it turns out I have no problem telling them apart, but since she’s used to the collar, I figured I’d just leave it on her.
Any progress on Ressler and the Milkbar?
Ressler is just not getting the hang of the milk bar, and at this point I don’t think it’s going to happen. Which is FINE, he’s got his blankie (which he nurses on) and he’s a happy and snuggly boy, so I guess I’ll stop worrying!
They sound like a herd of elephants. What’s it sound like downstairs while they play upstairs?
Like a herd of elephants! I’ve told Fred that in the next house, I’d prefer it if the foster room weren’t above my bedroom – but I’ve gotten pretty good at sleeping right through their morning shenanigans, for the most part, so I’m not complaining TOO much.
Video! The current favorite toy in the foster room right now is the track ball – especially when there’s a human around to make the ball go really fast!
Frankie, livin’ the rough life. He’s continuing to do well – we’re (or I guess I should say Fred is) weaning Frankie off of the steroids slowly. Hopefully once he’s off them completely, the inflammation won’t come back. Only time will tell!
2016: Throw Back Thursday: Dirt Mountain.
2015: Roundup: Lucy.
2014: And then he sat there, all “What is that noise? I sure wish it would stop.”
2013: No entry.
2012: No entry.
2011: He’s hit that gawky stage.
2010: OH, was I livid!
2009: No entry.
2008: All in all, a very good weekend.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.