If you plan to visit in the near future, don't worry, this shark assures us that she is a shark "who doesn't chomp anyone."
A slippery eel escaped at bath time and ran down the hall in only a diaper. Said eel laughs a LOT and loves to be recaptured a million times a night.
a baby bird came to breakfast this morning, she got a little cranky though, so we asked for the shark who likes to eat shark seed. Instead we got a rooster, who crowed softly and let us know that she (yes, she) was a rooster who didn't wake anyone.
A parrot sits across from the rooster, it can get loud in our dining room when the animals are up.
I am told that there is a daddy coyote in the hills of my living room, but to spot him is rare. Elspeth only gets him out when she is bored. For the record, my husband loves it when she calls him coyote daddy. I guess it beats the phase where she was calling him "big daddy".
You may think it is tough to live on the edge of danger with all these wild animals. But I get by. I do have back up, I found my husband and elder child, wearing my new red bowls on their heads the other day. I raised an eyebrow and was informed that they were rescuing me from my garden.
Its a jungle in here . . . .
(Anne - Goofball is high praise in my family, you can see we value it highly)