It's odd - Boadicea had no fear of walking on the wood floor when she first arrived. Now both pigs rarely let their feet touch the hard wood floor. I got lazy setting up the grids to block off the living room. Except for one little spot where the ramp touches the rug, the pigs have to cross a bit of hard wood floor to get to the living room. It made floor setup even quicker, and I didn't have to worry about tripping over the grids heading in and out of the kitchen.
|Cannoli has discovered that power cords have nice texture|
I don't mind the girls taking tours of the living room. In fact, I would love to have one of them come up and say "hi" when I'm working at my desk, like Eclair used to. But the destruction of furniture or, worse yet, electrical cords (eek!) is not cool.
Looks like I need to grid off the kitchen - at least while I'm focused on work. Normally I know exactly where Noli is while she's on the move because she burbles as she wanders. But lately she's been sneaky! I turn around to find her in the middle of the floor and never heard her approach. Can you bell a guinea pig?