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At Home with Romeo & Tuff’n

Marvin with Romeo and Tuff'n

Marvin with Romeo and Tuff’n

In our last installment, Meeting Romeo and Tuff’n, I introduced the two capybara brothers, Romeo and Tuff’n, and their owners, Marvin and Elizabeth. As you may recall, I was in Las Vegas for the 2014 BlogPaws convention. It was a great chance to meet these two very personable capybaras and their proud owners. Continue reading “At Home with Romeo & Tuff’n” »

Meeting Romeo and Tuffn

Romeo, Tuff'n and Family

Romeo, Tuff’n and Family

One of the great things about the BlogPaws conference being on Las Vegas was that it gave me the chance to meet the famous capybara “brothers,” Romeo and Tuff’n. Oh, and their humans, Marvin and Elizabeth, too. In the photo above, Marvin is on the left, then Romeo, Tuff’n is grazing, and Elizabeth is on the right in the back. Continue reading “Meeting Romeo and Tuffn” »

TAMU, shmamu

On our way to TAMU

If you’ve been reading my blog for very long, you know that I do not like car rides. Cars go places, that’s what I don’t like about them. They go places and they take you with them. On April 14, 2012, a car took me all the way up to College Station, to Texas A&M University’s Vet School’s open house.

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A New Home (for Chickens)

 

Am I mocking Philip?

Melly set aside a big chunk of today for building a special home for my new chickens. Their home is called a coop and when you put them in it, they are all cooped up. The coop came in a big box from www.MyPetChicken.com, which is almost as cute a web address at www.GiantHamster.com!

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Animal Advocates

Preparation

Yesterday was my big day, my first TV appearance. How to prepare?! I don’t know much about TV but there’s nothing like a nice swim in the pool to prepare for just about anything. So that’s what I did. Felt pretty good too and got me nice an cool before the long drive up to College Station and Texas A&M University’s KAMU-TV.

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