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Capybara

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Hello Momu Readers!

The humans went on an adventure of their own the other week, and they saw quite a lot of animals.

They said that they would take a picture of the cutest ones that they saw for us to have a look at.

Capybara

These baby capybara with their mum are very very cute.  We are going to send some lads with the humans next time they visit just in case there are some more cute animals for us to see.

More soon,

Love Momu. x

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Books

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Hello Momu Readers!

I hope you are all having a fun time even though the business of the summer holidays seems to be over – don’t worry too much though, us lads think that September can be a good time too.

We thought we would share something with you that has been quite surprising lately.  First we need to tell you something about the boy that will make this easier to understand.

The boy doesn’t really read much as a general rule – the girl does a lot, too much sometimes actually – so for the lads to get this photo from him and the other lads was a bit of a shock if we are honest.

Book Choice from Brett 28 July

Here is LA, Derek and Henry Leonard Porpington showing us the book that the boy chose to read a couple of weeks ago!  The lads were quite excited because it mentioned cats in the title, and the lads and me think that books about animals or lads are the best.

It turned out not to have cats in it at all – the lads are fuming and thinking about going to Trading Standards to try and get the boy’s money back – there has clearly been a mistake of some kind.

The next book sounds much more promising – The Martian.  It is winning so far because it actually seems to have Mars in it.

Do you like to read?  We like to listen to stories too.

More soon,

Love Momu. x

 

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The Life of a Fisher Lad

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Hello everyone!

We have been living by the seaside for a little while now and for the most part seem to have settled in to our surroundings well.

We Like:

To smell the salty air,

To see crispy chips covered in lots of salt and vinegar,

Ice creams with a swirl of sauce and

Seagulls screeching over our heads.

We do not like:

Sand (for fear of the washings that may follow),

The buffeting wind which comes off the sea and messes Steve’s hair up,

The smell of fish on the quay (this makes the boy feel sicky) or

Spiders as big as us who also have a tendency to pop into the new house on occasion. (We asked the girl to get some spider repellent spray.  I hope she checked properly that there were no spiders in with us before she started to spray all round the room, otherwise they will be repelled inwards and we will have to live with them forever…)

Here’s to a lot of happy (hopefully monster spider free) times ahead.

Orange Boat

More soon,

Love Momu. x

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Bear

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).

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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.

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We imagine that he will be firm friends with Ratty and Stuart in time.

More soon,

Love Momu. x

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Adventuring at last!

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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!

More soon,

Love Momu. x