Tama-Chan: We would like to start by thanking everyone for the nice comments about our friends in Japan. We found out yesterday that we had one friend who had gone up to Fukushima (where those nuclear reactors are...) on business and was stuck there. Then we found out this morning that she had managed to get back home by commandeering a lost (and non-Japanese speaking) American businessman at her hotel and a taxi to take them across to the city of Niigata on the Japan Sea Coast, from where they were able to get a train back to Tokyo. Creativity wins! Still, we remain very concerned about the nuclear reactors and are staying in close touch with everyone.
Yesterday was a busy day as we had friends to dinner. All of us love it when people come over because we get lots of extra cuddles from everyone! I have developed a big soft spot for Ms. S, Vidock's breeder, so I snuggled up to her...
I have also continued my regular snuggle sessions with my sister Sei-Chan:
And been cuddling with #1 when she watches TV:
Just like Yuu-Chan used to do, Sei-Chan likes to snuggle around #1's hand, although she can get a bit possessive at times...
As for Bibi, he spends so much time with his best buddy Tommy! Here they are exchanging morning greetings:
Very French, don't you think, that kiss on the cheek?
Last but not least, #1 took a friend to visit Vidock on Friday afternoon and he got snuggles from everyone!
Please have a Snuggly Sunday! The world can be a scary place and there is nothing better than a snuggle with those you love!
PS: Here is a link, originally posted by Teri of Furrydance where you can donate to an organisation called Japan Earthquake Animal Rescue and Support. It is a grouping of several rescue organisations in Japan and they do excellent work.
PPS: Also, a wonderful piece here about how the Japanese react to catastrophes by Nick Christoff of the New York Times, a guy who really knows what he's talking about.