Saturday, April 12, 2008

There is ...

From the desk of Mama Piggy:

... light at the end of the tunnel.



The tunnel may seem long and never ending, or in Milo's case, the tunnel may be somewhat too tight, but eventually, you will get to the end ...

6 comments:

cat_aunty said...

Happy Gotcha Day, Muffinz!

PPorky, Chairman, Lardballs R Us said...

I'd give him another coupla months and I'm sure Milo will join the lardball gang... led by yours truly and abetted by Kootoo.....

calsifer said...

LOL Chairman Pork, spoken like a real leader. Then this one "canon" moment for keeps. I never dared imagine that itsy bitsy tunnel can accommodate any KMM girth at all.

To Milo's Great Squeeze Inwards!

Papa Porky said...

To share some titbitsy info with our frens, Kootoo and Muffy are particular to canned lychees and longans. The former will caterwaul and hunt me down anywhere in the house until i feed him some. Muffy is more considerate and just waits for his share.

Milo doesnt like those but cant wait to chomp on my Lays potato chips. He prefers the cheese flavour ones though and is not too keen on the BBQ one. Picky, picky, what can i say...

At the rate we are chomping above, readers are invited to guess who will be the first to not fit through the door. I guess it will be me... :(

NuLaa said...

Hi :)

I stumbled upon your wonderful blog a few months ago and I really do enjoy the funny snippets and cute pictures of your babies :).

I do have a pressing question and I really do hope you are able to help. I found a newborn kitten (with its umbilical cord intact) five days ago. I presume that it must be a day old. Since it was meowing loudly and no mother kitten or his siblings around, I brought him home. I couldn't stand the idea of leaving the poor kitten alone under the void deck.

My question is, is there anyone or an organisation who can take good care of this kitten? I understand that the first few weeks of this kitten's life is crucial in determining whether he survives or not. I am at my wits end as neither me nor my family members know how to take care of a newborn kitten. I do read up online but I don't think it suffice. Hope you are able to help. Thank You!

In distress,
Nura

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