Magnus is very happy to be back in his corner and has now lost all interest with the girls. He is also eating well.
Lizzie, Fatima and Anneka have been keeping themselves to themselves this week.
Sheba has now totally forgotten about Ray and is pursuing Magnus at full throttle, and of course getting no response.
Snoopy is still being grumpy, but is at least she is going into the pool to catch her fish at feeding time.
Atlanta is looking lovely in her new coat, and is now very hungry, so she is joining in with the pups during feeding time.
Ray and Marlin are still in the nursery pool, and their wounds are being cleaned daily. Marlin has had a change of antibiotics and has now perked up a lot more. Both are still being hand fed.
Flotsam, Jetsam and Little Ed are all still looking very round plus all are still hungry (not sure where they are putting it!). This week the commons have been fed by our volunteers. So now Flot, Jet and Ed think that they get fed by people wearing green plus any other colour, and have been slightly confused, when our visitors walk by their enclosure and donít feed them.
Both Flipper and Yulelog are best friends again and there have been no more fights. Flipper can be found watching the 11am feed at the convalescence pool, as he knows that when the Animal Care Team (ACT) are done, it is his time for food.
Pepper has been spending lots of time in her cave this week, and the cold weather has taken a toll on her arthritis, she is spending her time resting on her mats, and the ACT are still cutting her fish in half for feed time.
Carus was a little offended this week, when one of our visitors commented that he was ugly, Carus looked and turned his nose up at the visitor (we think he was saying pot-kettle-black!)
Mika and Chaff are hungry at the moment, and as the ACT were cleaning their pool, they had to feed them from inside the enclosure, much to the joy of these two.
This week the ACT decided to do some target training with Thai and Bamboo, as both had not done this in a while. Thai and Bamboo were fantastic and let the ACT do all the checks on their paws, tummy and back, and they even went into the crush cage. As a reward, they were treated to some conifer branches and new sand.
Our Goats - Elvis is still not back to his usual self, but is slowly improving. All the goats are trying to keep out the cold, but are looking forward to next week as the ACT are having their Christmas dinner, the goats will get extra scrapes.
All the ponies are hungry, Tuppance has to be put into the pony shed during dinner time, to stop him nicking the other ponies food, he has calmed down a lot and dinnertime is now a more pleasant affair.
Our cat Reefís ear is healing well, and he seems to have eaten something big this week, as he has a big fat tummy on him. Reef has also been out hunting a lot as he has been seen rarely this week.