Archive for March, 2008

I want this rabbit

Thursday, March 20th, 2008

Petit Lapin
This is super cute. Following the link to see more pictures. By the way “Petit Lapin” is the French for Little Rabbit, how perfect…

Just funny, right?

Thursday, March 20th, 2008

It’s not inhumane, is it?

Yogi’s first picture

Wednesday, March 19th, 2008

I received Yogi’s record from the shelter, with a picture of him when he was 3 months old then. He was a truly a baby then. His name was Cager at the shelter. Boy, Yogi is a much better name.

Update: He’s so cute and affectionate and everything… but he is still a brat towards Sasha. He just won’t back down and keep torturing Sasha. Most of the time I think I feel resentment towards him. Please work it out, folks!

Yogi’s first picture

Yogi is 10 lbs!

Tuesday, March 11th, 2008

yogi compressed
After 1 month of non-stop eating (he eats so much), despite the diarrhea (which he is still having daily), Yogi has grown to 10lbs! When he first arrived at the beginning of last month, he was 9lbs! Hopefully his diarrhea will clear up soon (he just visited the vet today) and gain more weight before he turns 1!

Way to go Yogi boy!

Elaborate toilet carpeting

Wednesday, March 5th, 2008

covering the toilet bowl
I mind taking a dump outside my toilet at home. I absolutely hate it. But sometimes I do have to do it outside, and the only place that I can really do it is at the office toilet. Even if I take a dump in the office toilet, I absolutely have to cover the toilet seat with toilet paper. No matter how badly I have to go, I have to put down the protection first.

Someone has left his toilet carpeting on the seat the other day, without taking a crap (I suppose). His elaborate and complicated carpeting really topped mine. Kudos!

Yogi loves water

Tuesday, March 4th, 2008

Yes he does. Before I adopted him, I was told that he loves water. I have since seen him many times playing in the tub and sinks, despite the water. He loves getting himself wet. This morning he jumped into the kitchen sink, then I turned on the faucets splashing water on his back and he did NOT care… he was fascinated by the water. Here is the living proof that he loves getting himself wet and giving himself a shower and a rinse of his hair.