Magnus is back in his corner in the convalescence pool – sulking, instead of sulking in the nursery pool. Magnus is still sporting a wound on his nose, and is still being treated with antibiotics.
Lizzie is hungry and enjoying extra fish, and is first in the pool at the end of the day.
Sheba is still in love with Ray, and they are still cuddling on the side of the pool.
Fatima has also been very hungry this week and has enjoyed playing with Maz; Maz has also been using the broom during cleaning to give Fatima a scratch on the back which she enjoyed.
Anneka has been hassling Snoopy this week and been getting a little to close for comfort.
Snoopy has been mean to Magnus this week and also on a roller coaster of emotions, some of the time being happy and sometimes not.
Ray is enjoying his time with Sheba and spends many hours on the side of the pool with his flipper around her.
Marlin has now been kicked out of the corner, and is being very playful with the Animal Care Team (ACT).
Attie has gone after the older man in the pool in the shape of Magnus, luckily Attie came to her senses after a short time and realised he was grumpy old git and does not like him anymore.
Flotsam is still grunting and both he and Jetsam have been weighed this week, both have put on weight since last time.
Flipper is still being naughty and chasing the ACT. Yulelog is still amazing the visitors by rolling off the side of the pool. The ACT thinks this is the calm before the storm.
The vet has been in this week to have a look at Pepper and her arthritis, her condition is doing ok. Rocky has been doing lots of barking and also has a little cut on his nose. Rocky was also given a conger eel which he enjoyed, not sure about the visitors who got wet from it as he trashed it around the pool.
Carus have been given lovely clean water this week, as Clare M attacked it with a toothbrush. Carus has also managed to get into the new area, so a bar will be fitted to hopefully stop him getting into it.
Mika has now re-learnt to lie down on her mat; this is to do with Tamara’s superior training skills (or so Tamara says). Chaff has been a good boy this week and the team can now put their hand on his head, and he has put on weight and looking a little porkie.
Bamboo is now fine after last week's fit, and is now off his medication. Thai and Bamboo have been treated to mackerel tails.
The ponies have had new hay delivered this week, which is nice and sweet, but still enjoying new grass (the little that is still left in their field).
The goats have been grumpy this week as the drizzly rain has come in. Churchill has also been very affectionate towards the ACT and Priscilla is getting her winter coat through and looks like a big ball of fluff.
Reef is gaining his confidence back with the ACT, and will visit them in the morning while they do the paddock animals – he has yet to be flea treated.