Hi! So, this is Taz:
He was pretty wild when he got here, so he got named after the Tasmanian Devil. He also listens to the names Monster, Little Terror and Hey-come-back-here (and when I say 'listens to' I mean 'acknowledges he's being called and goes on ignoring me'. Except when I have food, of course).
I adopted him from the shelter about 7 months ago. He was supposed to be agressive, but I've never really noticed anything like that. He just likes to communicate using his teeth. He's getting better about that, though.
He likes to eat. A lot. And sleep. He also spends lots of time throwing, wrecking and chewing things.
This is Tom:
Tom came here from the same shelter, 6 months ago. His brother was there, too, so I guess they got dumped when they reached puberty and started fighting. Someone's been chewing on Tom's ears, anyway.
He's very shy, though quite adventurous when he thinks nobody is looking. He's always climbing and jumping on and off the furniture. He doesn't care much about my state of mind when he's up somewhere high and decides he can easily run and jump around up there.
He also loves books almost as much as I do, though not in ways I can approve of. Fortunately he hasn't figured out a way to get on the bookshelves yet.
They look like a couple of lost baby bunnies here. I don't know what happened. This one's from today
They're both about 1,5 / 2 years old. Both neutered. They really like each other. They're pretty much all over each other the whole time. They're a perfect match, though. Tom very patiently puts up with all Taz's moods (and nipping), which has caused Taz to calm down a lot, and having Taz around has given Tom a whole bunch of confidence, so now he doesn't freak out anymore everytime he hears something move.
They're not too crazy about me yet, but considering they've been going to the vet almost monthly (and lately almost weekly) since they got here, and all the medications and force feedings I've put them through, it amazes me that they don't run away screaming when they see me. Taz even lets me pet him since a few weeks, and Tom climbs on top of me every once in a while.