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Capy Diablog: Favorite Foods

 

Gari & Dobby

This post introduces what I hope will be a continuing feature, the Capy Diablog. The Diablog features a conversation (or dialog) between two capybaras, Garibaldi Rous and Dobby Winnick. Most of you probably already know Dobby from his blog, Dobby the Capybara. Dobby is actually Caplin Rous’ full younger brother, but he has become like a big brother to Garibaldi. A version of this post also exists on Dobby’s blog. Continue reading “Capy Diablog: Favorite Foods” »

The Serial Pooler

 

A dip before a dip

Everyone knows that I, like all capybaras, love the water. But maybe you didn’t know that I have two pools. I have the little green wading pool that you see in the photo above and I have my big blue pool. I use them both. In fact, usually I get in my green pool on my way to my blue pool. Melly likes it when I do that because, for reasons I do not understand, she likes to keep the big pool clean. Continue reading “The Serial Pooler” »

Remembering Caplin Rous: 2007

 

Who's the baby capybara?

Owner’s blog:

As Caplin Rous’ 5th birthday approaches, I miss him more than ever so I started going through my old photos of him. I have thousands of them, most never viewed by anyone but me, and I decided to share a few every day from now until his birthday on July 10th.

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Birthday Chickens!

Me eating a Peep

Have you ever had a birthday where you got a present that was so unexpected and so confusing that you just didn’t know what to do? That’s what happened to me. Last Sunday was my very, very, super special second birthday and instead of getting corn, I got chickens!

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Fall Planting

Walking

I went for a walk out in the front pasture with my owner yesterday. I’ve been a pretty good capybara lately so I don’t have to be on my leash. I always wear my harness though, you can’t be too careful. I wouldn’t want to be mistaken for a wild or homeless capybara. Continue reading “Fall Planting” »