My mother’s made the decision to give our little Crackers a lion cut, due to her fur getting so matted no matter how many times it’s been brushed every day. She may look really silly or ridiculous, but it’s for the best. Plus she feels so nice.
PS. I happened to capture the perfect face expression (This is right after she yawned), despite her being okay with this new look.
Here’s what she looked like before if you’re curious (It may not look it, but she did have bad clumps of matted fur):
War on Peas
The binarchy state of Guppylove leaves no pebble un-nipped in recovering rare materials.
he’s actually laying down on his side
I’ve got 3 of these black-eyed Siamese girls, and they are just starting to point out (about 5-6 weeks old). Her body color should lighten up considerably as her points darken. I’ll continue to take photos as they grow up.
I’ve currently held back 2 boys that I’m hoping carry whatever gene is causing the black eyes in a mouse that absolutely should not have them, genetically speaking (all the parents are ruby-eyed, which I’m pretty sure the ruby eye is a dilute gene that takes 2 copies to show, so there should be none copies of black in the parents). Apparently, however, seal-point siamese can acceptably have black eyes, so at least it’s not genetically impossible at all. Just weird for my mice, given their parentage.
I knit my cat a new harness today. It is green with pink flowers. She likes exploring but it’s dangerous for her on her own.
Tanner the second out in decent lighting!
Looks like someone like Jack Whitehall, that weird camp straight boy.
Meet Lucifer “Lucy” Morningstar, the family cat
it is: day twenty-one
who will be first to Emerge? only time will tell
Flea will not stop waking me up to cry because he wants attention. Like buddy please it’s 4am can I sleep.
Me: I’ve opened your pen door and you are now free range birds for a while. You may go where you wish. I’ll sit over here to make sure you’re safe while out.