I was born in Nacogdoches, Texas at Star Farm. I am the littlest one. Bonnie and Clyde, my mom and dad, were in another pen.
I was the only one who didn’t bite and pee on her so I got to come home with Stacy in this little carrier.
Here I am in Aunt Robin’s bathtub. I spent the night here before my flight home.
Cousin Madison fed me my milk!
Let’s go! I flew on the same airplane as Stacy but rodents were not allowed in the cabin. I had to ride in the heated dog area in cargo.
Home turned out to be another bathtub, but this one was bigger!
Fortunately it was big enough for a regulation Potty Bowl.
Now we’re talking! A cave and some grass!
Stacy kept looking at me. She held me a lot, too.
The bathtub was always full of food.
Washington grass is pretty good, too.
The colossal Waffle King, ruling his tiny kingdom!
I got to wander around the house. I liked to hide.
Do you recognize my White Rabbit Rug?
I loved my White Rabbit Rug from the very beginning!
Here I am eating Stacy’s sweater. I’m hungry!
Here I am in the kitchen. That’s my kitchen door, the one I open and close all by myself now!
I’m getting pouffy here, just happy to be home.
[originally published January 21, 2013]