Amarula At The Office

Though she plays tough, Amarula loves lying on my desk beside me as I work.

AMARULA: What are you talking about? I just lie here cause it’s the best spot in the house for sunbeams.

She always curls her feet in such a cute way!

AMARULA: I think it’s not my feet but my claws that you’ll be staring at if you don’t leave me alone and get back to work!

AS PROMISED: Some photos from my visit to Uganda and Kenya.

We saw lots and lots of big cats, including a mom feeding her cubs

A curious jackal

A stunning lilac breasted roller bird! That’s how it really looks! No editing

A marabou stork–can’t decide if it’s the ugliest bird alive or charming!

Hyena cooling down


A superb starling (In Canada, starlings definitely don’t look like this!)

One of my fav. A shoebill stork. Very rare (see baby behind mother). They look prehistoric!

It was a totally incredible trip!

We’re doing the Awww Monday Blog hop from Comedyplus!

16 thoughts on “Amarula At The Office”

  1. Amarula is a sweetie. Torties like us to think they are toughies, but they are really sweet. Beautiful photos ( except for the poor zebra). Starlings around here don’t look like that either. XO

  2. wow that stork DOES look prehistoric!!! I feel so bad for the zebra in the first photo….LOVED the Mama lion feeding her babies and the beautiful bird!! The elephants were cute too! I bet that was like the trip of a lifetime! I know your babies are glad to have you back, that’s why Amarula was REALLY planting herself right next to you!

  3. You’re a great supervisor to mom and I like what you do with your paws too. Adorable.

    Oh the shot of your adventure are amazing. A trip of a lifetime.

    Thank you for joining the Awww Mondays Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous day and week. Scritches to the Amarula. ♥

  4. Those photos are beautiful. I wouldn’t mind the noisy starlings if they were as pretty as that one. Love seeing all the animals. That Shoebill certainly does look weird.
    You are a great supervisor, Amarula. Both Eric and Flynn used to plonk themselves down on my desk and I often ended up using my leg as a mouse mat.


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