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Surprise Day Out!

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Hello Momu Fans!

We had a very exciting day the other week with the humans, the boy had planned a surprise day out for the girl and some of us went with them.

The girl had no idea where they were going to – the boy told some of us, but we were ever so good and pretended not to know too and were surprised when we ended up at BANHAM ZOO! Yippeee!

There were lots of amazing animals to look at and learn about – and there was a lot of sunshine to enjoy too.

Here are some of the lads looking at a very cool and cheeky Marmot munching away on the grasses in his enclosure. We very much liked him.

And here is Peter trying to pretend to be a sloth. He is a little bit sloth like (all lads are – it is the best way to be really isn’t it? They sleep for about 15 to 20 hours a day if they live in a zoo, yippeeeee!) but he was a little bit too small for the head hole here!

It was a very very lovely day out, and we really enjoyed seeing all the animals. We would like to visit again very soon.

And a new lad came home with us – meet The Professor ( also known as The Prof, Hooty, Prof McHoot and Professor Hooty McHootHoot).

More soon,

Love Momu x

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Froome and Le Tour de France

Froome here,

Just wanted to know if you were enjoying watching The Tour this year? It is ever such fun to watch the humans go up mountains and go really fast on their bikes. And you can also see some very very nice bits of France as the helicopter cameras go around following the riders.

If you haven’t seen any of it, I think you should probably give it a try.

Yes.

Happy bike watching,

Love Froome. x

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Freddy and the Sunshine Mystery

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Hello Momu Readers,

Just a quick one today – we are investigating a mystery here.

Freddy says that the sun has been coming out every day for a long long time, and then for the last couple of days it seems to have gone missing.

Freddy is investigating this, from the comfort of the bed (obviously). He is hoping that the sun comes out of hiding again soon so he can sit in it. It is one of his favourite things to do.

More soon,

Love Momu x

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The Football Continues

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Hello Momu Fans!

We are coming to you a day earlier in the week than we normally do because the whole country seems to be going mad for this football thing.

The humans are looking forward to the semi final between England and Croatia this evening – if England win, it will be the first time for ages and ages that they have got to a final of the football world cup thingy. This makes it ever so exciting.

The TV Trio have been gripped – and I am sure they will be settling down this evening to watch the match.

Will you be watching too? Or do you go and do other things when the boys start kicking the ball around?

More soon,

Love Momu. x

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The World Cup

Hello Momu Readers!

Some of the lads are getting very busy with something called the World Cup. It seems to involve a lot of boy humans kicking a ball around and sometimes falling down when they didn’t really need to.

The boy likes it – and as he says, it only comes around once every 4 years so we may as well enjoy it.

Guess who likes it the most?

Yep, the TV trio of course.

They are very much enjoying it.

More soon,

Love Momu x

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Is summer finally arriving?

Hello Momu Fans!

We’re back again. It has been very cloudy and grey here for ages and ages, so we have been snuggling down in bed and not really doing much. It’s not good to still feel like this in June, it should have been sunny for ages by now.

Luckily there has been a bit of sun to enjoy for the last couple of days.

And, as you know, as soon as there is the hint of some sunshine Freddy and Bear get out in it.

Hooray!

Hopefully the weather will stay nice for a while, there are lots of baby birds in the garden that would enjoy the sun more than the cloudy weather.

Paws crossed,

More soon,

Love Momu x

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New lads arrive!

Hello Momu Fans!

It’s been a little while since we wrote here, but we have had some exciting times because new lads have arrived again.

Teehee!

This is Captain Jack the Fox and Merlin the Badger. Barley was ever so excited to see them, because they arrived from the same place he did (Primrose Cottage Bears).

Aren’t they good? They are settling in well and have been learning all about being a lad – snoozing, mooching and burrowing when it’s chilly.

More soon,

Love Momu x