I love my owner but she doesn’t make it easy. Take today’s momentous occasion, the arrival of our first 75 Capycoppies. I was as excited as the next capybara but that doesn’t mean I want them piled all over me! At least they are soft and very lightweight.
Really, I love the little Capycoppies, they are my clones after all. I suppose we’re one big happy family. Except they are all small.
My owner made a big deal about Capycoppy having realistic feet. Ah, I don’t think so! But they do have the right number of toes in the right orientation: four on the front, little toe to the outside, three on the back and all of them webbed. In case you’re wondering about that blob in the upper left of the photo, that is my nose.
I’m as patient as any capybara in the world, but I couldn’t take much of that. Pretty soon I got up and left so my owner had to resort to other photo-ops. The one above of Maple Bunny kissing Capycoppy’s ear is pretty cute.
Kimikokapi was more obliging than either me or Maple. My owner managed to get this shot with 50 of the little Capycoppies and Kimikokapi. Did you notice she is wearing bunny ears and a bandanna? I think I was supposed to be sitting there but I dare my owner to get me to do it.
To be honest, all those Capycoppies are a little scary. Are they my army or are they coming ofter me? Look at the glint in their eyes. What does it mean?
It’s just a matter of time before they tie me down with ropes just like they did in Gulliver’s Travels!
Cute things can be evil too. In fact, things that are cute and evil are the most evil things of all. Maybe they’re like piranha, they’re each going to take just one little bite.
You want a kiss? That is so sweet! Maybe you’re not evil after all.
All the world’s misunderstandings could be cured if we would just hug each other more. I can see now that the Capycoppies are my friends after all. I just had to get to know them better.
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