We mentioned last week that we had five bears who are still in search of a name. Some of the bears we have rescued and who now live with us have never had a name selected for them, mostly because our Friends are pretty crap at picking names. When they arrive nameless, we have offered to find them a name and then asked everyone to think of a name. You lot, being crap, have not thought of a single name for these poor bears – with the exception of Hollie who has come up with a few names.
Iwas chatting to some of the bears yesterday; I quite often like a little chat, when some of the bears made me aware of glaring omission. Some of the bears we have rescued and who now live with us here at the Birkenhead Bear Sanctuary are nameless. When they have arrived with no name we have offered to find them a name and then they have been forgotten. We have offered our sincere apologies and are now about to correct the oversight.
The bear we told you about the other day has now arrived with his pink bow intact. As we told you the other day; the poor little dude has been vacuum-packed in a loft and was only recently rediscovered when his owner decided to have a clear out. Emma, his former owner, described him as very soft and cute but wondered why she had given him a pink bow when he is so obviously a little male dude.
The doorbell rang at the Bear Sanctuary this morning and standing there was the postman with a parcel in his hands. Judging by the shape and size of the parcel it could mean only one thing – Josh had arrived. If you remember back to the other day, Josh is the Bear who ended up being tied to the front of a lorry and driven round Nottinghamshire at high speed. So now he has completed his journey and is safe and sound with all out other Bears.
We would like to introduce everyone to our new friend who arrived this week to join us here at the Birkenhead Bear Sanctuary. I would introduce him properly but unfortunately he does not have a name, thanks to our friend Christina. You see, she promised to think of a name for him and after a few rather dodgy attempts, which our new Bear turned down, she gave up and left him high and dry.
Thanks to everyone who emailed and texted us suggestions for names last night. It appears a number of you didn’t like the fact that The Bears went on strike and shut down the blog. However, don’t blame me it was not my idea; The Bears decided on that course of action after the new Bears went un-named. The Bears have said it is not much to ask you all to put your thinking caps on now and again and show a new Bear that they are loved, instead of just ignoring them!
The Bears have all asked me to announce that they are on strike! Yesterday we asked for suggestions of names for the two new Bears and last night we did not get one single suggestion. The Bears accept that it was Saturday night and the X Factor was on but even so they expected to get at least a few suggestions. Now we are left with two new Bears who think that no one is bothered. All the other Bears are now on strike until we have names for the new Bears – and they better be good names too.