It is a lovely warm Sunday afternoon and the sun is shining. There is a light cooling breeze to gently ruffle my silky fur as I sit here snacking on my Grow-It-Yourself-Grass. Life is truly wonderful!
Now, where was I? Oh yes – nom, nom, nom . . .
Humm, now, where are those two furry mischief makers? Up to no good I wouldn’t wonder.
Oh, where did I put that grass?
It seems to have moved.
It isn’t over here either!
Just a cotton pickin’ minute . . .
It’s GONE! There is nothing left except a few miserable stalks. Grrrrrr!!!
Calm. Be very CALM Fairy. There must be a perfectly reasonable explanation that has nothing to do with those great hulking furry termites that have the temerity to call themselves ‘family’! Well there had better be.
Mummy! MUMMY! I need a word please. QUICK!!!
Oh I see. It is much better to share a special treat with my sisters than be greedy and eat it all myself, is it?
Hmmm. Mummy may be very nice and everything – but she sure has a lot to learn about Guinea Pigs!
One thing I am very sure about – the World hasn’t heard the last of this!
(to be continued)
omg this is hysterical! The look on Fairy’s face when she realizes all the grass is gone. And what she calls her sisters. Too too funny Mildred. Can’t wait for part II.
I agree with ffleur, that is hilarious, I almost spilt my coffee laughing so much!
Shock, horror…the indignity of having your lovely new grass stolen from right under your nose!!! Fantastic Mildred, this made me laugh so much. I do sympathise Fairy, honest I do…but it is very funny 🙂 xx
Fairy has such an expressive / photogenic face. She really is just too cute for words:)
Aw! Thanks for everyone’s comments! I love reading them 🙂 It is funny how the camera capture her expressions, when I watch her I notice some different ‘looks’ but they are so fleeting, the photos really show her expressive little face so well.
I don’t think we have heard the last of the ‘grass episode’ somehow!
I’m sitting here waiting very patiently (well, maybe not so patient : ) ) for the sequel. Poor Fairy. I hope her grass is growing well again.
Haha! The grass saga continues today, Bugs Mom!