Last week SHE got a birthday card with a VERY FAT cat on the front. Bella has been fascinated by it. She stared at it and watched it until SHE put it on the table. Then Bella raced around the table jumping up to get the cat.
Finally, SHE gave the card to Bella who sniffed it all over with disinterest. However, she kept looking for the cat. We thought that four days of camping might have put Bella off, but she has been looking for the cat off and on for the last few days.
We think Bella's tv and computer screen watching has affected her eyesight--or her brain!
(Note: SHE says SHE didn't notice how badly the hutch was chipped until SHE saw this photo. Please excuse it.)
And now, everyone, we're so excited about the Olympics.
Let the Games Begin!!!
We'll be watching those other Olympics in London, too.
Our Auntie and Cousin went back to San Antonio yesterday. We had been 'camping' for three nights, while SHE showed them Sydney. But the rest of the time, we got to play with them, sleep with them and got lots of cuddles and treats.
This morning it was -4 C on our walk. (That's about 25 F--but we think -4 sounds colder.) In our town, that's about as cold as it gets. There was loads of frost on the sports ground and the grass was crunchy. My, Daisy's, beard got icy! The other two raced madly around doing frosty paws zoomies. Even the cats weren't out.
So we're glad we're heading out to HonnaRooRoo for some warmth. (Actually, SHE's the one who feels the cold, we LOVE it.) Hope someone remembers to bring the other kind of Frosty Paws to the party.
We'd like to introduce you to a new(ish) resident of Blogville. His name is Phantom and he looks like he's made of cotton wool. His blog is cottonmypoostie.blogspot.com and I'm sure he'd love a friendly hello from everyone.
It's already the 4th here, so we'd like to wish all of our US friends a happy and safe Independence Day.
Our auntie and cousin (her daughter) from San Antonio are arriving on Saturday, so we may not be around much until the Olympics.