Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Koala Mama and her pupparoos, new photos and a little update.

Koala Mama and her 6 pups have gone to a fosterer who lives in a house and has a big tiled, covered, walled backyard area. They'll have more room to run around as they become more active and grow bigger. With me they were stuck in a stuffy little room. I really miss Koala Mama though. I think we have a special bond. She seems to growl at everyone but me. For some reason, she instantly trusted me and I could handle her pups within 5 minutes of meeting her. But this is not so for anyone else. Perhaps we are meant to be or something. I feel very attached to her and I think she is attached to me too. My hope is that after her puppies are weaned and adopted, maybe I can find a way to adopt Koala. She's a perfect pooch. Doesn't bark, doesn't chew anything, paper-training her was a breeze, and she loves cuddles and hugs. I'm off to langkawi island again for a week to work and stay at the animal sanctuary and i hope i get to visit koala and the pups when i return.


Bobby said...

Ah they look so cute Koala is a very good mum.
We hope they are better off with more room. It is good you went to Langkawi. You must be worn out.
Licks Bobby

meowmeowmans said...

Aw, Koala Mama and her babies sure are cute. I'm so excited for you that you'll be working at the sanctuary, and have my fingers crossed that you'll be able to adopt Koala Mama eventually. :)

LP said...

What a sweet face Koala has! Her puppies are adorable too. We hope you are able to adopt Koala because it sounds as though you have a very special bond and those types of bonds like true love, don't come around often! :)

the critters in The Cottage xo
P.S. We are in Vancouver , Canada not the States. And the cat tree you inquired about was bought here. I bought it about eight years ago though and they don't make them anymore :(