I don’t know any piggies with names beginning with Y, but Colman says he knew a very sweet white Abyssinian-Rex cross called Yumi. That must be when we were in Jersey. He said yes, but you weren’t there then, meaning me.
We haven’t any photos of her, so it doesn’t really help much, does it? Her slave PigPog called her a giant cotton wool ball.
And then there was Yoda. Mummy said that was the only other piggy beginning with Y she’d heard of, and she didn’t know him.
According to Mummy he lived in Colorado with a nice person who used the name Rhino on the forum. But that was the name of Yoda’s friend.
It looks to me like Yoda is a sheltie, like Humphrey and Saku. I know Mummy likes shelties. Maybe she’ll get another one day. But not yet because she says she’s got too many piggies at the moment so we can’t go on holiday with her. We all want to go on holiday with her, so I don’t know what’s going to happen. Best not think about it, I think.
This is my last post for the A to Z Challenge. I’m Kevin, and I hope you’ve enjoyed it. Bye bye.
I’ve never met him, but Auntie Doris and Uncle Bob have a piggy called Xanadu. This is him with his friend Nighthawk.
He’s a Rex breed, like Oscar and Midge (although he’s not related, I don’t think). He’s also a Himalayan marked pig. Auntie Doris says he takes after his himmy side more than his rex side, because rexes are laid back and himmies are nuts. She does! this is what she said:
“All himmies are nuts. Longhaired, short haired, skinny, they are all nuts, having had experience of keeping Short haired versions and the skinny versions, and have met several longhaired versions. Black himmies seem to be more nuts that Chocolate himmies, but chocolate ones are still a bit nuts”
Well, you can see what I said about Lupin-Buckmore and he was a himmy too!
It’s funny, though. She says rexes being laid back, but Oscar and Midge are anything but. They’re real troublemakers. Mummy says they just want to make friends and have fun (but not with each other). I wish they were a bit more laid back.
What is there to say about Mariusz that hasn’t been written in loads of Mummy’s books, and on the blog when he died, and in Auntie Dawn’s blog too? Mariusz was an American black and white crested Guinea Pig With Attitude. He was the Attitude-most pig in the world until I came along, but I don’t think I’ve caught up with him yet.
He would roam around Auntie Dawn’s apartment poking his nose into everything, food bags, sofas, magazines, dirty underclothes (mm, must try that some time), and even iPhone cords (Very tasty, he said, but that wasn’t what Auntie Dawn said!).
Laird Mariusz of McHattan
He lived with the very quiet and sensible Saku and both of them got into Mummy’s first book The Princelings of the East. Then Mummy was sad she couldn’t write more about him because he was ‘the baddie’, so he got his own book, The Traveler in Black and White, which is written in American because he tells it himself. He turns up in Bravo Victor as well. And Mummy says he’ll be in Book Seven, currently called the Chronicles of Willoughby the Narrator, and he’ll also be in the last book of the series. That’s not fair, I haven’t been in any of the main books yet (although I do have one of my own).
Some people suggested Mummy shouldn’t have a guinea pig on the front of her books, so she’s going to change the cover, to something like this (it’s just a draft). What do you think?
Mariusz is a legend. I’m trying to be like him.
PS Mummy has just complained that I haven’t introduced Midge to you. Well, I don’t know him very well since he fell out with his brother about a week after they moved into Humphrey and Victor’s cage and he’s lived upstairs with Kevin and Colman ever since. He seems like a nice chap, although a bit noisy when he has his run on the kitchen floor in the morning. He’s a rex breed of guinea pig. Funny curly coat. I’ll say some more about him and his brother when we get to O for…