Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Karen Jo: I missed you, too, Herman. It was very hard to get to sleep without giving you your bedtime petting. April 1st was one bad Sunday. I'm glad that the raven picture came out. I was afraid that it wouldn't, since I was shooting into the light. Yesterday afternoon it started snowing.
Karen Jo: You are supposed to bunny-kick the rat, not me.
I might get around to that later. I really like my new rat. I sniff and sniff and bite its nose. Then I run around the house and want to play with Mom.
Karen Jo: I am glad that you like it. Baby Patches said that they have some freeze-dried treats that you might like. They are low-fat.
I don't care if they are low-fat. I just care if they taste good.
Karen Jo: I will check them out. If they are not raw, I will get you some. You can't have raw meat because of your viruses.
Mom has really been pulling on my fur since she got home.
Karen Jo: I got out five or six little mats. You still have some left, so I will be doing it until I get them all.
You said that if I groomed more, I wouldn't get mats. I am grooming more, but I still get them.
Karen Jo: You are doing a good job of grooming yourself now. You always take care of your klingons by yourself. I guess that your fur is just the kind that mats. Between the two of us, we are keeping it from getting bad, though.
I'm glad about that.