Hello, Bertie here!
I’m pleased to tell you I’ve been a very good boy this week, and Mummy’s very happy with me.
Roscoe, on the other hand, is in the doghouse. I wonder why they call it a doghouse? He’s moved into Biggles cage and Biggles has moved in with Neville again.
Mummy got fed up with the way Roscoe kept on at Neville. Then she saw a video from Auntie Sophie with some boars she was match-making with, and showed them starting to face up to each other, so she separated them. Well, Neville and Roscoe have been doing that for weeks. So the next time they started, Mummy decided it was time to separate them.
She did this last summer, if you remember. After about four weeks Roscoe and Neville spent most of their time lying together with the cage panel separating them, so she decided they’d made up.
This time, Roscoe has been lying next to the fence panel, but Neville has kept well away. Then when Neville was by the fence panel, Roscoe went to the other end of his cage and nonchalantly ate some pellets. Apparently, because their fence panel is underneath my cage, so I have to guess what’s going on, although Biggles will tell me if I ask him politely enough.
So that’s where we are at the moment. And Mummy took a picture of the big hole in the wall they made last week.
Apparently it’s been filled in with glass doors, so it doesn’t get cold and wet indoors. Looks like there’s some nice grass there to be explored, doesn’t it?
More news next week. Hope you have a nice week with not too many holes in your walls.
3 thoughts on “All change again!”
Sorry Roscoe and Neville aren’t getting along again, but glad your Mummy got them separated before anyone got hurt. At least some of you are being good.
Glad the hole in the wall got filled in with glass doors. You don’t want wind and rain coming in, especially if it’s like the wind and rain we’ve been having (well, wind more than anything, but that was bad enough). Thankfully, the only holes in our walls are the ones that were already there, which have windows and doors already in them.
Well sometimes it’s better to separate and if they want they can still talk through the fence. I had to separate bear and Pablo. Pablos my senior pic and bears a young he thinks, stud muffin. He chased Pablo constantly. Now they talk thru the. Fence. Bet your all excited about the move. It looks wonderful at the new home. Stay safe from Pablo, Bear, and Bella. In the USA.
I think that was a smart move, to separate them. Do you think the impending move brought it on? I do like the looks of that garden through the door, though!
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