Sigyn would live at the zoo if she could. I, on the other hand, tend to reach the animal-saturation point about two hours in. I can only look at so many fuzzy behinds and beady eyes before I start to get restless and bored. (And if you’ve seen one hoof, you’ve seen them all, amiright?) If we stay here much longer, I may start Doing Things, and that would probably not be good.
Must… hold… out. Must… Behave… Arrrgh! No, I can’t help it! I am beyond bored and I’ve got to do something or I’ll explode! Time to have a little fun.
All right, Sigyn, you are about to see some zoo animals no one else ever has!
Behold! I have improved the rhinoceros!
Though I think my adjustments to the elephant may not be as successful.
I hope you’re taking pictures! See? I made you a pigiraffe! It has a cute little curly tail and everything!
You must admit, the tiganda is a very handsome beast!
What? You don’t like it? That’s okay, I have other ideas.
The polargaroo will no longer be bothered by a squirmy baby in her pouch. She’s also now adapted to both hot and cold environments!
The cowhorse looks quite content with my alterations.
Though the pigger seems a little bemused…
…and the ponyda more than a tad despondent.
Perhaps he’s not happy with the new tricolor scheme.
Sigyn, I don’t know why you’re getting upset. I’m making things better and more exciting! How can you not love the snazzy panger and the dapper tigermoo?
All right, all right– I’ll stop sticking heads on different bodies.
But I do have some loose ends (literally!) that I need to tidy up.
What? A giralion is a wonderful beast–it’s very quiet and extremely cheap to feed!
And the panpolo never makes a poopy mess in its cage.
Okay, okay, OKAY! Great Frigga’s corset! You’d think I was murdering the zoo’s inhabitants instead of updating them and adding new features. I’ll stop mixing up the animal bits and start putting everyone back the boring way that they were.
Although I’m not sure how I’m going to get Baby away from his proud and doting new daddy…