Monday, 28 October 2013 20:15
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Ollie

Ollie, on the right, seems quite content with his new home and he's a lovely boy to have around. He is slowly learning that he mustn't chase everything. He and Eilish seem to be quite good buddies. Eilish growls at Ollie to defend her own bowl, then shoves him away from his and scoffs what he's left; she picks play-fights with him and gives him what-for (usually in the middle of a large and muddy puddle) in retaliation for him pinching her fave toys (which he only does to annoy her). We still have a bit of a poo-eating problem, exacerbated by now having cows out in the fields we walk over. The volunteer was asking what Ollie's favourite food is - I just can't tell which it is - horse, cow, sheep, fox, badger, rabbit, deer, kitten or canine poo... Cow and kitten seem most popular at present though!!!!!!!!

By Sheila

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