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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The Serial Pooler (cont.)

Anything for a treat

This post is a continuation of my previous post, The Serial Pooler.

You might have gotten the idea that my life is easy from reading the previous post. Well, it’s not true. I have my share of hardship, let me tell you. Do you see that photo above? That’s the kind of thing I have to put up with to earn my treats. And that is just the start. Do not read any further if you care about the Dignity of Capybaras!

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2013 Calendar Selection

Finalized 2013 Capybara Madness Calendar

Thanks to everyone for helping me create this great calendar! I used the photos in the reverse order of their popularity so that each month you can look forward to seeing a cuter and cuter photo, culminating with “Feed Me!” in December. You can purchase the calendar here. If you commented on this post before 10/06/2012, you should have gotten an email from me with the discount code, if not, let me know.

Hope every month of 2013 is as amazing as a capybara for you!

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Gari Stamp

Caplin + Popsicle stamp

Some of you may recognize the rubber stamp shown above. Melly has been using it on a lot of the packages she sends out from our Capybara Madness store. In fact, all of the Caplin-Popsicle necklaces have gone out with this stamp on their package, which seems very appropriate.

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