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Stella and Rory

Stella and Rory

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Sunny Saturday



Howdy Everybuddy.  Today, cause it's so bloomin' hot, mum took off Rory's boot while he was resting.  Yep, no boots.  His foot is looking so much better.  Don't worry though, we were watching him like a hawk



Here's a photo of his sore.  It is nearly healed.  We are super pleased about that.  It's not even gross anymore.  



Here are his poor old back feet.  They've been through the wringer for sure.  The paralysed foot is the funny coloured one.  The colour is from the Betadine mum puts on the sore.  The pads are sort of a bit hairy now cause he never walks without his boot on.  Still, Rory manages to get around.  You know his motto.  "No Worries", and he never expects to be treated any different to anyone else.
 


 On the otherhand, I, Stella, believe I should get a lot of attention, hehe.  Here's mum and I.  She gives good belly rubs and ear scritches.  Mmmm, feels good. 



Aaaaah, that's it.  Right there.  
Mmmm, yep, I could handle this all day.  


Hope your weekend is full of rubs and scritches mates.
No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

 

Monday, February 23, 2015

Koala Rescue and Summer skies

Howdy Mates.  A few weeks ago (actually the day the bushfires started) our sissy was leaving work and found this koala in great distress in the carpark of her work. 



 Apparently he/she had been there most of the day. Our sissy told her manager and they took water out to the poor koala but he/she was not interested.  Tess came home to tell mum.  Mum went back to sissy's work and then rang Koala Rescue and they came out within half an hour.  It is very unusual to find a koala on the ground and unresponsive.  The little koala was taken into care and within about three days was re-hydrated and well enough to be released back into the same area.   We hope she is fine now.  

Meanwhile back at the ranch, er, our place, I like to snooze away the hot days.   



 Stellie likes to sit out the front with Dad and bark at watch people pass by.  



Here's a photo of our summer sky, taken from our backyard, to warm up all our mates having cold snowy weather. 


No worries, and slobbery love, Rory and Stella 

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Bushfire photos - new growth





Howdy Everybuddy.  Last Sunday, mum and dad and our sissy and brother went to our Uncle's place and for the first time, drove through some parts of the Bushfire area, from January this year.  It made mum feel very sad because she loves our Hills and their unique vegetation.   Once driving through and getting over the shock at the devastation, they were all thrilled to see new growth on some of the trees and on the ground.   Our sissy took these photos with her phone as they were driving. If you look closely, you can see new leaves growing on the trunk of the gum tree.





 






 




The above photos were taken around 11.30 am and the temperature was 39C (104F) and the two photos below were around 4.30 pm and we had a change coming through and the temperature dropped from 39C to 25C (77F) and we had a few drops of rain.  
 
 



 One more thing mates.  Rory's foot is soooo much better.  Mum is secretly doing a happy dance because she thinks, possibly if all goes well,  in about 3-4 weeks she can stop bandaging Rory's foot.  After nearly a year of bandaging, he might be able to wear his boot with NO BANDAGE under it.  YAAHOOOOOOOOO!  

Take care all and have a wonderful day.  
No worries, and love, Stella and Rory