Well I like to have a quick post-breakfast nap.
True! And he did feel that one cricket in the cabinet that the others couldn’t find!
Having a deaf cat like Lupin would help you know if it was a sound or sight that had their attention (I’ve always assumed it was a sound, like mice in the walls. I think they can make ultrasonic sounds?).Unless, of course, it is a plot. Revenge for using the vacuum!
This is why you need more than one. (Well ONE of the reasons.) That way you can gauge the seriousness of the threat based on how many of them respond to it.Of course, we now know they coordinate!
I’m getting confused by the timeline here. I mean, I remember the move to the big pink house, I think? Lupin and Puck playing in boxes?
Also perhaps an observation on the value of dead trees to many animals. But well done as a tribute to 9/11 as well.
I feel like somewhere between the other apes and bears there is still some working room for improvement. Opposable toes would admittedly complicate footwear, but I’m sure we could work around it. It would be handy to be able to run on all fours if needed but still be able to walk on two much of the time. Not to mention brachiating would be fun!
After spending a few months in Switzerland I’m fairly sure their knees do not have an expiration date. The REAL problem with knees is that there is no warranty.
Indeed birds use an excessive amount of fowl language.
Do you ever feel like it is ironic when we humans dislike a species for being “mean” when we’re the ones that have truly mastered that? And the noisy bit, too, imho. At least since we invented leaf blowers!