Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Name game --- Everyone plz play along!

Ready to play along. I will fill you in on the details first. Mum and Dad are adopting a special needs rattie girl. She is an albino (meaning she is white with pink eyes). She was severely injured and has only a smidgen left for a tail. Her tail was very badly injured by a MORON and had to be amputated. So mum and dad were asked to adopt her and happily jumped on the opportunity. Apparently she is "mean" and bites everyone but mum had no problems handling her or giving her meds. So when she gets a clean bill of health from the vet and is off her meds she is to become a fur-ever part of the zoo crew. So we are holding a game to help us name her. So give it your best go leave your suggestions in the comment section and the winner will be announced and will receive a special prize from us the zoo crew. :-) Let the games begin!! . . .

Tip is to remember she is a girl and mum likes unique and different names. Don't mean you have to suggest unique names just a thought. .

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Speak of. .

Talk about remembering -- Yeah well this past weekend/week have really been about remembering. Not only did this past week take our beloved Candy Kisses from our mum-mum & pop-pop. But the Zoo Crew suffered two huge blows. Nova (the last remaining outta mum's original 4 ferrets) and Ducky (Cera our rats mum) both crossed over the bridge. :-( Hence why we've been so scarce.

Aside from that the humans and bipeds of the family have been sick and puking. YUCK!! So yeah its been a very rough week for all us here at the Zoo Crew. :-( Please just bear with us while we try to get through this virus as mum is calling it. Whatever that is -- An the loss of our beloved friends. . . God Speed Nova & Ducky. . .

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Remembering. . .

Hey fellow bloggers. Quincy here head of the "zoo crew". As a few of you have seen we had to say good-bye to a family member yesterday. Mum-Mum & Pop-Pop had to help Candy Kisses cross over the bridge yesterday morning. She has been with our family for a very long time and she fought a very good fight. But unfortunately the medications she was on for her heart unfortunately stopped working. Thus allowing the fluids to fill up in and around her heart and lungs. She was as the doctors explained to my mum and my mum-mum & pop-pop drowning in her own fluids. They said they could have done things to "prolong the inevitable" but it was only doing that and would cause her a great deal of pain. So the decision was made to free her of her pain and help her on her way to the bridge. So our sweet Candy Kisses is no longer hurting and is with all those who went before her. Playing happily and free from her pains and worries once again.

I thought it was befitting to take today to remember some of our family's fur-kids who have crossed over the bridge. So I have composed a few pics -- May they all rest in peace and know how much they were and are loved and cherished and know they are not forgotten. . . .

First Mum & Dad's Jack Russell Terrier, Lucky. Whom mum rescued from a man who kept him in a crate that was 2 sizes too small for him. . .

Mum's Chinchilla Tigger. . .

Mum & Dads first two ferrets Romeo and Juliet. . .

Last but not least Candy Kisses & Peaches & Creme. .

May they all dance among the stars and know they are loved and missed.

This week will probably be a week for remembering all those who have gone. Please bear with us during these trying times. Thank you all.

Quincy & Zoo Crew

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

God Speed Candy Kisses.

. . Go be happy, healthy and young again. Dance among the stars and be with Peaches and Nanook. Until we can be together again my dear.