Some days are zooming kind of days, and others are lazy grazing days. Today is the latter. It’s a bit misty and rainy, and all three girls are not motivated to do much else than be. And, of course, that’s all good with us. They’re so sleepy that Maia took a 20-minute nap before realizing that Rana and Ramba had palms just a few steps away.
The girls are in height order from right to left: Rana, Maia, then Ramba. And in case anyone is wondering, those are the two transport containers in the background across the way.
November 10, 2019
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alana saysNovember 10, 2019 at 3:16 pm
What are the white spots on Ramba?
Kat Blais saysNovember 13, 2019 at 10:54 am
It is calamine spray. There are a lot of adjustments and changes at sanctuary for new elephants, so we try to make them as gentle as possible. One is an increase of bugs than most are used to since they come from fairly barren enclosures. Since we bathe Ramba daily because of her existing skin issues, we give her a little spritz wherever we see a bug bite to try to make sure she is comfortable. Scott was a little over generous with the spray that morning. 😉
Sherry saysNovember 10, 2019 at 5:00 pm
That is a funny, girl, Maia. They like to be together. They have each other! I am so glad.
Barb Wilson saysNovember 10, 2019 at 5:17 pm
Let’s say it! That is a glorious sight seeing the girls! Really! Can’t wait to see Lady in one of those containers headed to sanctuary.
Sheila saysNovember 10, 2019 at 6:38 pm
AAAHHH! GREAT THE LADIES GOT PALM TREAT!! I GUESS THEY HAVE BEEN. TOO BUSY IN LAST WEEK. SOCIALIZING! FOOT THERAPIES! THEY R TOO TIRED TIRED TODAY! NICE TO SEE ALL THE LADIES IN CLOSE PROXIMITY JUST MUNCHING!! ❤️?❤️?❤️?
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