Tater's "Food Haus"
Because Hobbs is on a weight-loss diet and Tater's a slower eater, we had to come up with a way for them to eat together without constant monitoring. After watching this video, I came up with this makeshift solution... (Hobbs' food bowl is up on the piano.) Pretty low-budget, but it works! Tater's growing so fast he barely fits in this opening anymore, Lol. Anyway, I'm grateful for the idea!
Soughdough Dinner Rolls
I'm a big bread lover, and have really enjoyed trying different bread recipes. I was intimidated to try sourdough bread till one of the recipe blogs I follow posted a recipe, with a link to how to make an easy 'starter'. So, I made it-- and so glad I did! It's a simple recipe that just involves some waiting time. The easy Sourdough Starter Recipe I used is here, and the Sourdough Rolls Recipe is here. Great thing is, the 'starter' keeps in the refrigerator, so I'll be ready to go next time. :-) Try it, you'll like it!
After many harrowing (yes, harrowing) days of Hobbs exerting his dominance over the newcomer (baby Tater) -- we experienced a miracle...
There might have been other cuddles, but this was the first one I saw (on about day 10 of Tater's adoption).
We've noticed now that Tater is OFTEN the instigator, and they seem to LOVE tangling with each other.
THANK GOD! And go figure...
An amazing scripture in Job 12:7 says,
“Just ask the animals, and they will teach you.
Ask the birds of the sky, and they will tell you."
Mac's been quite a "therapy bunny" for us, and we're learning much from him --
about unconditional love, trust, and having a positive expectation of good.
We adopted a new family member last week!
His shelter name was "Tater Bug" and we renamed him "Purr-Tater".
He's about 4 1/2 months old and a bundle of energy and love.
He's quite a confident, fearless fellow and hopefully his
transition into our home will be a success! Stay tuned...
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