The car is so warm! I love having the sunlight on me.
So happy! We are going on a trip to Ottawa today! We’re going to visit friend Rebecca and friendbeast Moe. Yay!
Hello! Pyramiding is when a tort’s shell grows all lumpy and bumpy instead of nice and round. There are lots of things that people say cause pyramiding but more recently it’s been said that humidity plays a big part in it. When a young tort is in a habitat that is too dry and they don’t have access to water or a bath, their shell will start to pyramid. Torts that have bad diets are at risk too. Did you know that some people feed their torts dog food?! Yuck! Once a tort has pyramiding, it will never go away but with proper care, the new growth will come in properly and the pyramiding will look less bad.
Hello friend! Pyramiding isn’t healthy for anyone. Mango got hers from her previous people who fed her the wrong diet and had her in a not so good environment. Since she has come to live with me and mom, her new growth is coming in nice and smooth. Unfortunately, there are too many torties out there who have people who think they are doing a good job but aren’t. It makes me sad.
Do you know that my sister has 1000 less friends than I do? As Mango’s big little brother, I think she should have as many friends as me. Let’s rally together to give her some love at her blog mangomusings
Celery is Beanses most favourite food. She was all jealous that I had some and she didn’t so I taunted her by being sexy with the celery instead of eating it. Silly dogbeast!
ellenkirkpatrick replied to your answer post
“You two have a very loving mom and her example makes me a better mom to my tortoise”
Thank you Ellen! Being a tortie mom is always interesting. Every day they do something new that makes me laugh or makes me worry. I’m glad my trial and error approach helps you with your tort.
Waffles & Mango’s mom