Bailey of Bruntsfield

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Our family has a second furry friend, (Jude the cat is the first), who was welcomed to our Bruntsfield home this Saturday. He is called Bailey, a name he was given before we even bought him, which meant spending a precarious minute or three with in the pet shop, with the man asking which hamster, from the large furry ball of hamsterness, we wanted to pick. We first spied an all black one who seemed cute but the minute the guy put his hand in the glass cage to get him, he changed into a wee dark demon. So next please! There was another pretty, cute wee thing that was black and white and fairly fluffy, but he scurried off in a mad looking way so not him either, Then we saw Bailey!… he was in the corner not looking mad or bad, but ,sensibly, just a bit scared of the huge hand waving around in his house. We had already bought his lovely space age house with handy carry unit/cosy bed, so we were all set to go.

Bailey is now settling into his new home very well, and has easily found all the different parts of his fabby hamster home. He seems to really like his bed pod at the top of his house, and there in his little hamster crow’s nest he enjoys a snooze, a yawn and a bed-making scurry.

Welcome to Bruntsfield Bailey!!!!

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3 responses to “Bailey of Bruntsfield

  1. Ros Paterson

    Read this when I was tired and wondered, for a few disturbing seconds, why a hamster would be making curry in bed. Also, I have to add, that wonderful as Baileys house is, it does seem to have a section that looks somewhat blender-like. I am sure it is just that particular angle? It is the most Barbarellaesque home for a furry creature I have ever seen! So, in conclusion, a huge welcome to B B Bailey of B, look forward to visiting the new furry family member at Easter!

  2. Read this when I was tired and wondered, for a few disturbing seconds, why a hamster would be making curry in bed. Also, I have to add, that wonderful as Baileys house is, it does seem to have a section that looks somewhat blender-like. I am sure it is just that particular angle? It is the most Barbarellaesque home for a furry creature I have ever seen! So, in conclusion, a huge welcome to B B Bailey of B, look forward to visiting the new furry family member at Easter!

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