|How can you not squeeze that?!?|
She's such a fatso; its the primary reason she gets picked up. One feels the overwhelming need to squeeze those love handles. Even the vet squeezed and wuzzed her the first time she met Pinni. You just can't help it! Pinni complains bitterly about the attention. Is it wrong to to feel schadenfreude at a guinea pig's expense?
Along with the rolls of fat you need to squeeze, Pinni also has a non-stop nose. From the very first moment I held her at the animal shelter, that nose was checking things out. It pokes through the bars of the cage. It waves in the air when she's being held. It explores everywhere when you try to sit with her. And lately, it sticks in and out of the cozy when we bring her in from an excursion outdoors, much to our amusement.
Bertie is our goofy little star-toed clown, but Pinni makes us laugh without even trying.