Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Several Small Points

A few readers didn’t think grey headed flying foxes are cute.

I submit this piccie of rescued baby flying-foxes I found on Wikipedia.
I think these guys are adorable, surely I can sway those hard hearts out there? ;-)


I have finally posted Chapter Eleven of my book Veiled in Shadows over on my Veiled in Shadows blog.

For those few of you who have been reading Shadows this way I apologise it has taken me so long to get it up.

If you are interested in reading the first part of Veiled in Shadows click HERE.


Jaydee Morgan said...

Okay, I'll give you cute in pictures but in real life, I'd be running like a raving lunatic and the word cute would never run through my mind ;)

Sarah Ahiers (Falen) said...

whoever thinks they're not cute is wrong.

Indigo said...

They're adorable. I've never heard of the grey headed flying fox before. Interesting speciies. Beautiful actually. (Hugs)Indigo

Kathleen Jones said...

I love the flying foxes - fantastic picture! I still remember being in the botanical gardens in Sydney and wondering what all those strange fruit were in the trees and suddenly they all flew into the air making a tremendous noise - it was amazing! There must have been millions.

Kathleen Jones said...

Forgive my ignorance - I'm presuming what I saw were flying foxes - they looked like that - enormous furry bats. IMpresive!

LTM said...

they're freakishly cute. Yes? LOL! :D

Old Kitty said...

Baby bats all wrapped up individually and all cuddled up together. AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!! Resistance is indeed futile!!

Take care

The Words Crafter said...

How could anyone not think they're adorable? I'd have one for a pet if the kitties wouldn't eat it, lol.

Jai Joshi said...

They're totally adorable!


Carolyn V said...

Aw! They are so cute! And tiny. =)

Al said...

Hi Jaydee,
At least that is something. But seriously they are not at all scary in real life.

Hi Sarah,
I agree! Fact!

Hi Indigo,
They are amazing creatures!

Hi Kathleen,
I know that colony. They are indeed flying foxes, and they are the “grey-headed” species too It is still there, although the botanical garden staff are trying to encourage them to move on (using non violent means) because of the damage they are doing to some rare trees.

Hi Leigh,
I’ll give you freakishly too ;-)

Hi Jennifer,
They won me over a long time ago,

Hi Words,
They are nearly the size of a cat. But I guess the kitties would have an unfair advantage.

Hi Jai,
They sure are!

Hi Carolyn,
Both words fit perfectly!