simple life of a grand mother
I think that Guinea Pigs are only active at night? No wonder children like them and keep waking them up.
we visit them at afternoons and they are very active, those are Israeli Guinea Pigs...
I can't blame you; I also don't like to hold small animals with sharp teeth.Happy Sukkot, Yael!
Happy sukkot Dina.
Where were these pictures taken, Yael?
A few days ago near their home in a small livestock that they like to visit almost every day.
I'm certain your grandchildren tease you about it. :) This reminds me Yael, of when my son was about 8 years old and I bought him a Siberian hamster from a pet shop. I specifically asked for a male because, when I saw that males and females were all in a single cage, I was certain if I'd chosen a female she would already have been pregnant. We proudly brought home a male and my son named him Nixie. Ten days later Nixie had a litter of 6 babies! Greetings Maria x
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Sorry Maria, as usual i had too many mistakes:)
I did read your comment Yael, and I'm sorry you deleted it. I don't look at mistakes because I make plenty myself! I always understand very well what you write here and in your comments on other blogs. The good thing Yael, is that we are able to comunicate, no matter, whether in correct grammar or not...and now I know there are plenty mistakes in this long comment! :) xx
I happily join in! Britta
Thank you both Maria and Brigitta, i also think that comunication is more important, but i can't help my embarrasment most of the time when i coment. Sometimes i use Google translat and than it is OK :)
A pet I would never let in the door, even to this second generation that longs for a Guinea Pig.
I am known for my weak character.
I've never understood the advantage (or point) of rodents as pets. If you're going to go to all the trouble of cage cleaning why not just get the kid a cat.
Cat is not enough sometimes, they have a cat and a dog.
Guinea pigs and other small rodents are a bit uncanny. Cute from a distance, though.
That what i think too.
I can imagine why the children love to hold them - the fur, their tininess - but I would fear a bit their teeth...
And they bit sometimes:)
They make funny little noises as I remember
I think so too.
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No, thank you.I don't want more attention.
I am assuming that was directed toward me. Thank you for your time.
Thank you too.
I have been away Yael ... our children had a guinea pig once and they were not the ones to clean out the cage, but the guinea pig was cute.
I missed you Shirley, i always remember that you was the only reader of my blog and was so kind to comment always:)
We had white rats, guinea pigs, and hamsters among other pets while my kids were little. On the other end of the scale we had horses. Now, with just the wife and I here, we have ferrets, cats, dogs and chickens. That's enough!
That is realy enough, a lot of animals:)