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Countdown to Caplin Day: 9

Celebrating the 4th

Melanie’s Post:

It is now 9 days until Caplin Day, July 10th. Time to make preparations for your celebrations. There are many ways to celebrate Caplin Day, aka Capybara Appreciation Day, but none of them is fireworks. Fireworks are more likely to scare a capybara than to make them feel loved and appreciated. This is also true on July 4th, US Independence Day. Remember to keep your capybaras and other animals safe. Don’t let your capybara, dog, cat, horse, lemur, or whatever other animal you have, sneak out on its own!

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Countdown to Caplin Day: 10

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Popsicles were Caplin’s favorite treat

Melanie’s Post:

Caplin was born on July 10, 2007, a day that changed the world. At least for me. He died on January 3, 2011, a day that destroyed the world. For me, but also for everyone who had ever met him and even those who never got the chance. Caplin enriched the entire planet. He can ever be forgotten.

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Inside Inside Edition

I’m shy

A Skipper Post:

Do you see me in that photo above? No? Well, I am hiding underneath that blanket. MelT says I still look cute, even when she can’t see me. I guess that’s true because the people from Inside Edition thought I was cute, too. That’s right! I am now a bonafide TV star! This post is going to give you an inside look at filming for Inside Edition.

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The Evolution of My Pond

Caplin Rous, a capybara, stands beside a pond

Caplin entering the pond

My pond is one of the most important things in my life. But it didn’t start out being mine. First it was Caplin’s pond, and then Garibaldi’s, and now, finally, I have inherited it. Am I taking good care of this historic treasure? You be the judge. Continue reading “The Evolution of My Pond” »

Capybara Aggression

 

Caplin Rous snarling

Owner’s blog:

This blog post is going to cover the dark side of pet capybaras. You knew that all that cuteness had to be balanced with a touch of danger, didn’t you?

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