Dean, Wilber and Grady all got to eat their fill. Buttercup, Muffin, Kahlua and Jack (boys and girls separately of course) all were too scared to do anything but hide in the tunnel I put out for them. I gave them a few minutes to see if they would relax and eat some grass, but it really looked stressful for them, so I picked them some grass and put them back in their cages to eat it. I don't know what their problem was because they've all been outside before, even though it was only a couple of times and quite a while ago. I was thinking that if I put Dean or Mr Bubbles (when his eye gets better) out there with them, they might feel more secure and follow their example. That worked in the past with every other piggie who had apprehension over being outside. I'll try that next time.
I will always remember the day I bought him home. He had no fear of us or his new home. Guinea pigs usually take awhile to get over having new people and an environment they aren't used to, but Oreo took to us right off the bat. He was a good friend and I will always miss him.
I meant to post for him on Monday, but with everything going on, I put it off until it slipped my mind. That tends to happen when you have so many things to deal with all at once.
All of this reminiscing about Oreo puts a smile on my face.