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Oh, no! Snow!

Night terrors

A Skipper ROUS post:

I suppose most of my readers know Dobby Winnick. He is my BFF. But I’ve always thought he was “untruthful.” You know what I mean. One of the things I doubted was this thing he called snow. He said snow is flaked water that falls from the sky. Ridiculous. But then things are different on Washington Planet.

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I Can Explain Everything Too

Interesting reading!

A Skipper Rous Post:

I just finished reading the new best seller, I Can Explain Everything: Confessions of a Pet Capybara, by Dobby Winnick. To say this book is interesting is to say the moon is made out of green cheese! I mean, duh! I may be a little prejudiced because, well, you know, Dobby is so cute he almost makes me faint. But even so, I can tell you this is the best book ever written by a capybara! I mean THE BEST!

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Thanksgiving 2017

Capybara Turkey

Skipper’s Post:

Yesterday was what MelT calls a “holiday.” The name of the holiday was Thanksgiving. It’s supposed to be a day when everyone thinks about how great their life is. Everyone except for turkeys that is. They aren’t thinking about how great their lives are because their lives weren’t that great and they are dead. Dead pretty much trumps everything. I’m thankful I’m not a turkey. I’m thankful I’m not dead.

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Jaguar Halloween

REady to pounce

Skipper’s Post:

Everyone has been telling me that Ion is not a baby jaguar. No matter how much evidence there is to the contrary, no one believes me. The only comment I got that made any sense is that he might be a dwarf jaguar. That would certainly be better, but still not great.

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The Baby Jaguar

The baby jaguar

Skipper’s Post:

You don’t need anything more than the photo above to know that the new “cat” is actually a baby jaguar! Look at those evil eyes! And it’s claws are all dripping blood. Plus, it’s orange! And it has spots! Continue reading “The Baby Jaguar” »