For everyone who has lost their much loved guinea, let's take a moment to remember the joy they brought us. They are ALL so, so special.
If you are new here and want to catch up with Fairy and her pals you can nip back to her previous thread back here.
Hello! It's our afternoon grass-snack-time - bring it on, Mum!
What . . where . . .
Oh my, it's up here - that's no good!
Oh, it's all right for YOU, Pixie, your SO long and stretchy!
Phew! That's much better, come on girls, lets MUNCH!
Pity you can't all pop round and join us!
Regarding your shoulder I can relate very well. Broke my left shoulder last week and I'm writing this single-handed and still in considerable pain.
Can I move in for some weeks with the girls?
I can only imagine how hard it was to start this new thread. I think of you often.
My little Dak is that last of the four lethals I had who is left. He seems to be failing a bit. It's pretty amazing how "special" pigs plant their rotts in our hearts.
I'm so sorry for your shoulder pain, and sorry too for all that you've had to go through rehoming Ian's parents. That is never ever easy.
Hugs and good thoughts and prayers to you, Ian, and all your little furries
Thanks, Tashab x
Brain Error! Hands off the 'pinks' he he!
Baba! Your ARM. May it start to feel much better soon, it really must be horrid for you xxx Yes!mpop over for some tlc here!
JaneDie, she is always here, isn't she, with all our lovely memories of past guineas.
And Lynx, wow, a new, exciting time for Kat :)
Waves to AldenM1!
It doesn't hurt them to work for their supper, but living with their grumpiness when everything isn't handed to them on a plate, literally, is a little hard to live with!!