Sorry we have been so quiet for such a long time.
It has been ever so hectic here. The girl has been here, there and everywhere, and us lads don’t quite know where we are from one day to the next at the moment.
We have made a new friend in Bear (this name seems to suit him well for some reason, even if it lacks imagination slightly – it is the boy’s fault this time).
He may look a bit intense, but fear not – he is a very friendly soul really. We think his expression may have intensified somewhat when he saw the boy’s TV for the first time the other day. This TV can be a shock for anyone really, but Bear had never seen a TV of any sort before – imagine his surprise! He has been enthralled from the first moment he saw it, and now spends any time that the TV is not on, waiting for the TV to go on.
We imagine that he will be firm friends with Ratty and Stuart in time.
Love Momu. x
We now officially live by the seaside. It’s ever so exciting! We got to have another long ride in the car, all snuggly and warm together; and then we had a sneaky snooze while the humans unpacked everything.
We are going to live in a room that is painted like a jungle – we are looking forward to that, it has rhinos and tree frogs everywhere.
We are looking forward to seeing the sea all the time (but not the beach due to the sand issues and the threat of washes afterwards).
We have also already spied some new lads in the new house. We hope they are friendly and want to join in with adventures too.
In the meantime, me and the other lads are going to get some well earned rest – it’s been a busy few days all in all.
Love Momu. x
Hi Momu readers!
It is a bit of a strange day for me and the other lads today because we are moving house.
The lads say that most of them have moved house before, but usually it has been within the same city. Only a handful of the lads have moved entire counties before.
We are a bit sad to leave here – but we think it is more important to be with people you like rather than just to stay in the same place. We enjoy being with each other and with our humans, and we are excited to be on the verge of new adventures.
Onwards and upwards chums!
Love Momu. x
It’s a bit messy here at the moment because the girl is moving in a couple of days; lots of things are in boxes and also in a mess on the floor. The girl says this is normal, we are not overly sure about that.
I thought I would tell you a little bit about another lad today – Bluey! Bluey has taken refuge at the boy’s house for a bit to get away from the chaos at the flat.
Bluey is called Bluey because he is blue (we don’t like to assume that you understand the lads’ names even if they are pretty obvious).
He came from beside the sea in the same rescue mission that saved Ratty. He is very small like me and Mike. In fact he used to go to work with the girl before me and Mike took over. He said he had to stop after a while because it was so boring (we are secretly really pleased that we don’t have to go back either – it was dull).
Bluey had a bit of a scare earlier this year because his arm got loose and nearly came off. He was a very brave lad and had an emergency operation to secure it again. He is as good as new now, and has a posh new ribbon for not being scared.
Bluey says he likes a quiet life in general, and likes to spend time with Whitey because they are both named after colours. He is sometimes called upon to help with the boar effort though; he says he doesn’t mind so much because he is small and can attack fast.
Ratty tells me that the Anti – Boar Defense League have been really busy lately because they have been hearing very loud boar noises at night times. They also think that the boar may have recruited drones because they sometimes have attacks from the air too. The girl is crocheting a net for the boar effort so the lads can try and trap it once and for all.
Love Momu. x
Well hello there everyone! I hope this slightly chilly August day finds you well.
We have finally made it on an adventure! We have spent the day at Woodside Wildlife and Falconry Park. It’s all very exciting.
We saw some birds flying in a display – the peregrine falcoln was super quick and we all hid a bit in the human’s bags in case the birds mistook us for a tasty meal and took us off for eating.
The humans held wiggly snakes and chilled out bearded lizards; and they were even brave enough to stroke the hairy leg of a tarantula called Sharon. (We don’t think she was as big as the spider monster from the flat, but she was big.)
The warm tropical house had butterflies and birds flying around, and if you were lucky you could spot a sloth. He was even lazier than some of the lads!
Piggies went racing three times – they were our favourites, the girl likes to scratch behind their ears and they seem to like it too. We think she would probably like to spend all of her day with them really.
There was an amazing animal show and we saw a lot of pretty animals doing cool things. Some rats ran across a rope over everyone’s heads!
The girl held a barn owl, a girl barn owl. You can tell because she has a spotty tummy (the owl, not the girl). We like to learn things about animals like that.
There are white wolves there now too. We hid from them as well because they were having whole chickens for their lunches, and we are sure that we would have gone down in one swallow if they had chosen to nibble at us.
The last thing we saw were the ringed tailed lemurs. They danced around picking up hidden fruit and scoffing it. They always look like happy animals. We like them.
Yippee for adventuring and for spotting amazing animals!
Love Momu. x
Hi Momu fans!
I wanted to introduce you to Ratty and Stuart today but they were far too busy to bother with my little interview so I am just going to write a little bit about them instead – rude lads really!
This is Ratty
And this is Stuart
Ratty and Stuart both came from beside the sea. Stuart was from a shop and was bought because it was the girl’s birthday and Ratty was rescued by the boy from certain charity shop doom. He was really rather grateful.
Ratty and Stuart have become best friends because they both love to watch TV – a lot of TV. This means they are living with the boy at the moment – he also likes to watch a lot of TV. It is quieter at the girl’s place because the TV doesn’t seem to go on as much. Ratty and Stuart like it at the boy’s because the TV there is almost the biggest thing you have probably ever seen ever. I think it is a bit scary, but I suppose you would get used to it after watching it for a while.
Ratty and Stuart will watch anything – even rubbish films with someone called Nick Cage in them – they are never as happy as when they are snuggled up on the sofa, or in bed if they are at the boy’s house, watching something. Ratty reckons he has honed his eyes to take in as much TV as possible. I’m not really sure that’s true, but there is no denying he does have massive eyes. I think they should be squarer than they are with all the TV watching, but I could be wrong. Stuart on the other hand has small eyes, but he will tell you he has a round brown nose.
We like Ratty and Stuart very much – and enjoy talking to them when we get a chance (this isn’t very often because of the TV). They are very high up in the Anti-Boar Defence League too. We will tell you all about that one day.
Love Momu. x
At the weekend we went on an accidental adventure – I say adventure, it wasn’t really as you will see.
We (Mike, Bluey and me) all got into the girl’s bag yesterday as a bit of a joke, and ended up going all the way to a completely different county for the day. It was the boy’s fault for egging us on to get in the bag in the first place, we weren’t going to get in at first.
We had a long car journey which ended up at the Boy’s family’s house. When we got there we were told that we would be able to explore the garden, and that we might even spy some foxes out there. We were a little bit scared about that idea – we have heard that foxes are quite big compared to us, because we are really quite small. We were a bit secretly relieved when it started to rain and we had to stay inside for fear of sogginess.
We spent the whole day in the bag because of the rain (and we didn’t even get our photo taken to prove to the other lads that we had been away – they thought we were just hiding under the bed and being silly) and we sort of wish that we had stayed at home with the other lads because we did get a tiny bit bored – don’t tell anyone.
Hopefully we will get to have a proper adventuring day out again very soon.
Paws crossed again.
Love Momu. x