Time to shine my incisors and fluff up my fur: after my long silence it’s great to squeak out again! The human who translates my rat squeaks into English for me is finally on the mend, and she’s just as happy to be back in blog-writing action as I am.
While I was stopping to smell the cheese, I got the pawportunity to notice some things that in my busy, frenzied world I don’t normally have the chance to pay rattention to. Things like how the water streams down in slime-filled rivulets on the sewer walls after a light rainfall. Or how lightning bugs, which are now in season, make my belly glow when I eat them. And even how my handsome rat nose sticks out just a tad – but it still adds to my character.
Nonetheless, this humble rat is thrilled to be back, because as I mentioned in my last blog, I’ve always got something to squeak about. So brush off your whiskers and go get you some cheese – the rat-tastic adventure is back on track!
Keepin’ it squeak,