Each day here starts with new adventures to be had and things to be explored. You might remember Noona - hyperplasia girl (and oh my goodness she was so battered when I found her) who due to a very bad case of mammary hyperplasia couldn't jump (any height at all) - even her front legs were bent due to the exess body mass. Well this morning she discovered there was a pergola roof to be explored, so up she jumped and climbed up with not much thought as how to get down again! In this image she is giving me a slightly concerned look as to say; "how do I get back down again?" - but she of course made her way down a minutte later.
The little guys (Rosie and Rufus) starts their day a bit tentative - first observing the big guys and then they jump into action. After about an hour of wild games they each find a good spot to observe bugs and birds.
I should just add a little note about my last post about Rosie. The images in the last post are already several weeks old - they were just used for comparison purposes because the poses were quite similar to her dad, but do not be fooled :-) this girl has packed some meat on those gorgeous bones!! Sometimes when I look at her I cannot believe how much she has grown in 6 weeks - it's actually quite remarkable given the state in which she was found. All the images in this post are from this morning.
Here Rufus has discovered a brilliant place to safely observe life going by - the open pergola window. He is a little miracle too - just a dearie (I promise I won't call you that when you're a big boy Rufus!) real playful, cuddly, sweet and impish. How can something so fine appear out of an early dumpster life?! He is now where he belongs - that's for sure!
There's such an essence of beauty in these little lives and they're each a true blessing in my life.