Running in Halls With Cats

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I don’t have much to say in this post, just watch the video.

Okay, I have one thing to say. I have heard that some of my viewers think that I am editing my life so as to appear cuter than I actually am. This is not true. There is no way to capture my cuteness on film or video. I am a baby capybara after all. If you think there’s something cuter than that you must never have seen a baby capybara.

Acting Like a Cat

I am a fastidious capybara

I am a fastidious capybara

 

People are always asking Melly if I am “house trained.” What is up with that? How rude can you be! I often contemplate asking them right back. If their manners are so poor it is quite possible that they are not house trained! But obviously I am too gentile a capybara to dignify such a question by remarking on it. (In case you are wondering but not so rude as to actually ask, you can learn about my toilet habits by reading my blog post Privacy Please!) Continue reading “Acting Like a Cat” »

Hats and Rats

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Me wearing a traditional Tatar cap

I hope everyone is enjoying the holidays and not getting too much snow or cold weather (for those in the northern hemisphere) or too much heat (for those in the southern hemisphere). It has been pretty nice here, a bit cold but not too bad. Today it is mid 60s F so I’ve been outside a lot.

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Teeth and Creek

My teeth

If you’ve been following my blog, you know I’ve been having some problems with my teeth, cute as they are. In this post I’m going to give you an update on them AND I’m going to tell you about something really incredible that happened in my creek! Continue reading “Teeth and Creek” »

Kapi’yva Exotics: Part 1

Scarlet and Scarlotta

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Every now and then I do something interesting that Garibaldi Rous is not involved in so I post on this blog myself. I know, it is hard to believe that there is anything interesting that doesn’t involve Gari but you’ll just have to read this post and make your own¬†assessment. Continue reading “Kapi’yva Exotics: Part 1” »