But....no.... this time it was the turn of the non-equine members of the clan.
Firstly there was Catanian and her dice with danger. We found her with a very fat chin and a sad look on her face.
Thank goodness the kitty cat is soft and likes being fussed, she let the humans investigate and they found a nasty bee sting in her chin! Ouch! That must have really hurt! So with some tweezer style finger nails and some yummy soft food she is fixed.... perhaps next time you could not hunt stingy things?
Then it was the turn of the puppy..... he is getting very speedy and decided to have a run around with some doggy pals. Oops he was too speedy and enthusiastic and got told off in not very nice style by one of the 'senior' dogs to be left with a bite hole in his side! Poor pups was not very happy :-( thankfully he has a whole fan club of doggy doctors at the ready who patched him up, he was telling me that they don't stitch no more but use staple things, I thought that was for the office desk, maybe they got confused between him and a paper document, he is quite slim? To top it off the pups has also cut his leg.... totally in the wars!
Thankfully the puppy is healing and none the worst for wear, perhaps he might be a little more careful about being speedy around 'senior' dogs.... somehow we think he won't learn but anyway we wouldn't want to curb his enthusiasm?
Kitty Cat is also totally fine, she is still hunting bees, we can't persuade her otherwise! Alas she is a 'giant' in her world.... she brought FH home a Weasel to celebrate feeling better..... no mean feat the teeth on those things are sharp!
So I got to thinking that my little furry friends are not very good at knowing their limitations. Both are totally whacky and wild and seem to think they're indestructible.... I guess that's what makes them so fun?
I myself know no limitations, they are only in my mind.... which is always open to new experiences... especially culinary ones!
Learning too soon our limitations, we never learn our powers.