Claim the privilege of hunting according to the dictates of your own conscience, and allow all hunters the same privilege;
let them practice how, where, or what they may.








Saturday, January 3, 2009

Weekend Update!

© 2009 Albert A Rasch



"Dillio" in his Snuggly Blankie

Such is my life...

Regards,
Albert A Rasch
The Hunt Continues...

3 comments:

GoGo said...

Albert,
I'm glad to see that "Dilio" has settled into a rather nice and comfortable routine at the homestead. How are the household pets taking to this new arrival? I think that "Dilio" should be made the official Three Barb Spear Hacienda mascot! "Dilio" rules!!

-GoGo

Native said...

Ha! Ha!
Yer" hooked Albert. He is definitely part of the family now!

I told (warned) you that they tame down and become very affectionate extremely quickly (just like (opossum's) and especially when they are young like little dillo.

They are also very clean animals, so later on if he stays in the house, provide a litter box for him to defecate and urinate in.
I know that you have already read anything and everything that you could get your hands on about his nutrition and living habits.
Just try and remember that he will become sexually mature at about two years of age and will start to act a little funny, (if a male) a bit aggressive.

But he is so young that he will always be friendly to you and the Mrs.

Kristine said...

Too cute, Albert. At least he's a unique pet.