Whee are quite lucky where whee are there is so much wildlife around. Mummy loves taking pigtures of the wildlife (when she’s not taking pigtures of us of course!). Our most recent garden friends are the three fledgling robins who have left the nest in the tree in our garden. It is so funny to watch them grow and learn from each other. Quite like whee learn tricks, both good and naughty from each other!
Do you have much wildlife from you? Are you enjoying seeing the joys of Spring and all the baby animals learning from their pawrents?
Hope you’re having a great wheekend!
Nacho, Noah, Buddy and Basil
Buddy loves capturing his best side in selfies!
Whee are furry pleased to be taking part in this wheeks Sunday Selfie blog hop hosted by the fabulous Cat on My Head!
As promised whee have some pigtures of the locals! Robby the Robin and Moonie the horse were unfortunately a little bit difficult to photograph but whee are sure you will agree the others are lovely!
What do you like about the local wildlife near where you are? Have you made furfriends with any of them?
Happy Saturday efurryone
Nacho, Noah, Buddy & Basil
Whee cannot wait for the weekend. Mummy is going to be sharing some pigtures with you of our new furfriends at our new house! Can you guess who Jay, Robby, Benji, Mister Ed and Moonie might be? (Hint, they’re all different animals) Plus lots of as yet unnamed furfriends!!
Do you have lots of local furfriends in the wildlife? Happy Friday!!
Whee could tell you that this post was planned in advance and whee knew exactly what whee were doing. But that would, of course, be a lie. Truth is Mummy is showing another of her rapidly multipling failings. First she feeds our carrots to some silly hoomans and now . . . Brace yourselves . . . She hasn’t taken any pigtures of us. *insert shocked gasps here*
I know, I know. It is shocking. So whee are now having to make do with getting a post from some of Mummy’s other pigtures. As Pigmass is approaching whee think these pigtures are at least vaguely relevant, in a sleigh-pulling-sort-of-way! Mummy took them when she went off on one of her family walks a wheek or two ago. She says deer are much bigger than us.
Whee aren’t sure what sort of deer they are (any deer experts out there care to lend a paw?!) but they really are quite bootiful? (Not as bootiful as us but not bad!)
What is your local wildlife like? Do you have deer too? And what would you suggest as names for the deer Mummy photographed? (Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and Rudolph are already taken!)
Hope you all survived Manic Monday! 🙂