This funny video is not one of our dogs.
Friday is my busy day so not much time spent with these gorgeous creatures today. They were not of course home alone, Kevin was with them.
Here is a little timelapse film of Mummy and pups.
These little scraps, Tabitha and Timothy are just so cute, still gaining. I have been saying that Tabitha is the size of a mouse and Timothy the size of a hamster. I think I might have to rephrase that soon to Tabitha being the size of a large mouse, and Timothy the size of a guinea pig! Blimey he is greedy!
Look aren’t they cute?
In many ways it is still chaos here. With building work happening still in our attic, our downstairs bathroom and also the exterior render of our house, Thomas has continued to believe that it is his job to defend us and our home from intruders. Trouble is to Thomas, builders and intruders are one and the same. To stop him savaging their ankles we have to contain him constantly in different rooms depending where they need to work, weather dependant. This inconsistency is causing havoc with his toilet habits and we are now having accidents inside where otherwise he would ‘go’ outside. So he is receiving my wrath frequently.
Sadly he doesn’t really understand that Bella is still very unpredictable where Thomas is concerned. If she meets him in the bathroom or Kitchen-Diner she is her old friendly self, but if he ventures in curiosity into the Lounge where Bella and the pups spend their daytime and evening hours, he is still being made aware very quickly and agressively that he is really not welcome. They had a stand off this evening, with him hiding behind the drum kit peeping out, while Bella snarled everytime his head peaked out.
Poor Thomas. Actually he loves to be out in the garden, just following his nose round his estate, even our garden is pretty big to a dog Thomas’ size! But he rarely gets time to spend there as he just cannot help himself from attacking those poor builders.
Dear Bella seems to be enjoying watching television again. She is dancing to whatever comes on.
Yesterday Tabitha’s eyes were looking as if they would open soon, there seemed to be just a slit of eye showing through. Today here eyes are clearly open. Timothy’s eyes are still firmly shut, but he does squeak very loudly, much louder than Tabitha.