They've discovered a new way to wake me up in the morning. Radar noses his way underneath my covers and works his way down until he's right at the small of my back. Once he reaches that point TK then starts pouncing on him from the outside of my covers! While I'm sure it's a grand game for these two little rascals, those needle sharp claws of Radar's sure don't feel good!!! I'm hoping that they will invent yet another way to wake me up real soon, something that doesn't involve clawing me awake.
It's kinda hard to show both TK and Radar in one photo....TK's whiteness gets very bright, and Radar's blackness makes him tend to lose details. LOL!
Freon likes to spend some time with the kids, when they're calm and not rough housing around. TK is using Radar as a sort of body pillow, and Radar doesn't seem to mind being squished at all. Silly boys!
Here the three of them are, all snug in my computer chair. After I took this photo TK and Radar left the chair to spend a little of their energy wrestling!
Radar has done his famous hip toss to TK, and is preparing to pounce on him. I try to supervise their play more now, it seems that Radar has discovered that TK has testicles and, obviously being a bit mystified by them, he often tries to remove them, much to TK's squeals of protest and pain! Speaking of this rather personal thing, Radar hasn't yet developed (or dropped) either testicle yet!!! My vet has said that when I decide to have the boys neutured they'll have to perform abdominal exploratory surgery on Radar to locate his missing testicles. Ummm.......no way! He may actually not have any! Given the fact that he has birth defects (missing one eye, the other tiny and for the most part sightless, plus the flip tip ear), he may not have testicles, which would explain why they haven't yet descended. I've done a little research and discovered at least two different ways that my vet can tell whether Radar has testicles without having to do surgery. One way is to examine his penis. If it has "spines" on it then he must have at least one testicle, but if it's smooth and spineless then he doesn't have either testicle. Also, there's a test that can be done where they take a baseline blood sample to test testosterone levels, then they give him an injection that forces his testicles into testosterone production, and rerun the bloodwork at certain intervels to see whether the testosterone level rises. Again, if it does then he has testicles hiding somewhere, but if the bloodwork continues to show no testosterone then he's sterile and doesn't have testicles. I'm not sure if my vet's clinic can perform this type of bloodwork, so I'll see if they can examine his penis for spines first. Either way, I don't want him to undergo surgery if it's all for nothing, ya know?
Why's my brother wanting my private parts???