WARNING! The first part of this blog contains photos of actual mice, so if you are squeamish about that sort of thing, best to scroll on down quickly.
Alert readers will recall that every winter we get mice in our attic. Rather than kill them, I prefer to use a mouse relocation program to offer them a new life in a more appropriate setting.
Recently we captured mouses number five and six. They were much smaller than our previous residents, which means that this should be the last of them.
Here they are waiting to board the mastiff mobile to go to their new home.
PeeWee supervised the transport.
Doesn't this look lovely? Momma tries to choose a place where there are no human houses for the mice to move in to since they might not be welcome. And also someplace with lots of potential mouse habitats where they can make new friends. This is a pretty lake located west of 495 in a town called Grafton.
Mouse number 5 out of his crate and ready to move on.
And mouse number six! Gosh! He totally ignored that nommy peanut butter cracker there. I guess he came back for it later.
You can watch the exciting mouse relocation movie here.
OK, no more mouse pictures now.
I have enjoyed a full recovery from my gas attack a few days ago. I insisted that lazy DOH restock our cupboards with the usual fruits, veggies, and yogurt which have been absent from my foodables for two weeks and possibly the source of my woes.
Momma, on the other hand, is still feeling the pangs of missing so much sleep. Well, we did stay up late on Friday night watching Up which was a totally awesome movie.
And then Saturday night she was out until midnight to take Grandma and Grandpa to see this play.
Now momma is a big fan of live theatre, but going into Boston is just too much of a pain. It costs lots of dollars to get a ticket and then there is parking and traffic and oh ick. So when Grandma and Grandpa said that their favorite waiter at their favorite restaurant was in a local show, she thought she would go.
Community theatre can be a dicey proposition but this show was great. The waiter dude played Cosmo and he was a very good dancer. In fact they were all most excellent singers and dancers and there was a live orchestra and it even rained on the stage, so she might try some more local productions.
They have two more shows on April 16th and 17th, so if any of my Master Chew Sits pals are looking for something to do, get to the Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts in Concord and see this play. Tickets are only $20 ($15 if you are ancient).
Now, back to me...
As you can see, I am still most handsome. I have a little shaved spot over my heart where they did the ultrasound and also on my leggie, but other than that you would never know I was sick.
In fact here is a brief movie of me doing a most large and speedy recall.
Fit as a fiddle and ready for love!
Mango Man! Oh yeah!