This week has also seen these girls and boy putting on quite a bit of weight, our boy who was 241 grams born 23/3/10 is now 1.28 Kgs whilst the smallest is only 21 grams under the 1 Kg weight. A couple of them are now starting to try and stand on all 4 and walk but not quite making it as the paper is a bit slippery and there are some photo's to help you visualise what's happening.
As I am writing this note I am watching 4 little bundles of joy that are growing at such a rate that it seems they grow as one watches them. Incredible I never fail to marvel at the wonderful process of birth and reproduction then marvel at the perfect little creature born with tiny little pads on their feet and everything complete but in miniature then they go through the metamorphic process of growing up and the little mother who develops this incredible milking machine, when fed right and looking after the producer of the high quality milk that alone satisfies the bubs so well with everything they need that they roll over and go to sleep waking up heavier than before.
We have about an inch (25mm) of newspapers under them so when they pee they wet the paper we just have to keep taking layers off to reveal fresh clean paper. Another amazing facility the mums develop is that they clean up the babies keeping them spotless. All the maternal instincts and protection instincts come out unreally. Honey and Gabby are so close normally but when there are babies involved particularly this time when Honey has a litter and Gabby doesn’t Honey won’t even let Gabby too close.
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