I know she is working on 2 projects, the one I posted pictures here will be a little while (this is making mom sad) and the other she says she needs to finish as soon as possible, something about getting her life back, what ever that means. I just hope it is soon, so mom has more time for us and she doesn't have to work all the time when she is home. Usually her projects make her happy
but this one seems to make her very serious. ;(
She is more fun when she isn't serious all the time!
I have so much to share but there is to much for one post.
We have new neighbors where I live.
They moved in a little while ago.
It is a man and guess what he has?
Now I met him for a second, he looked okay, mom told me about his cats.
They go out in the hallway too, just like Little Boy and I.
I knew there were new cats, I could smell them.
I would stop by their door and wait to see if I could hear them, but nothing.
Mom keeps telling me if I don't play and just sit there that we have to go back in so I leave and go investigate the rest of the hall, we have a few new people but can't smell any other animals, yet.
Little Boy doesn't seem to care, he smells them too but just keeps going.
I am a little scared to meet them. Mom says they are all big like Sweetie, maybe even bigger!
She says they all have really long fur. None of use have ever seen a cat with really long fur before.
One is all grey, the other two have white and one has a lot of orange and the other a little less orange.
Never seen an orange cat before. Sure saw pictures of them but not a real one, but never a real one (thought maybe they weren't real, guess will find out soon)
Okay here is a couple of videos I want to share, have quite a few but will only post 1 or 2 at a time.
You are going to love this one! And the kitten is not related to the big cat!
I want one of the toy dogs!!!! Told mom that and she said she would think about it, and that if she got one it was for all of us.
Giraffe Manor is a unique property and hotel in the Lang'ata suburb of
Nairobi, Kenya, famous for is resident herd of endangered
Rothschild giraffes that live in the extensive grounds of the
manor house. Every day shortly before 9am, the mammoth beasts
stroll up to the house and poke their heads through the windows
and doors in search of morning treats
Guests could feed the giraffes from their breakfast table, photograph
them and interact with this graceful animal through the open
window, at the front door and even at the second floor bedroom
window. This is the only place in the world where one can share
breakfast with the world’s tallest animal.
The Giraffe Manor was built in 1932 by Sir David Duncan, in 150 acres of land running down to the Mbagathi River, the southern boundary of the city of Nairobi. In the 1960s the Manor was purchased by a local investor who leased it to a succession of people, including the late Dennis Lakin, before it fell into disrepair, unoccupied.
When Jock died, Betty decided to open her house, now called The Giraffe Manor, to visitors. Today, many tourist make the Giraffe Manor part of their East African Safari. Some spend a week here and The Giraffe Manor is reported to have many repeat guests, who have become old friends with the hotel owners.
The Giraffe Manor is surrounded by 140 acres of indigenous forest just outside Kenya's capital, Nairobi. As well as the giraffe, the property is also home to many species of birds, large families of warthogs and the elusive Bush Buck.
Check out more pictures and information at these sites!