I Can Explain Everything

I Can Explain Everything : Confessions of a Pet Capybara

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Is there a 100-pound semi-aquatic South American rodent in your kitchen?

I am Dobby the Capybara, I live in the suburbs, and this is my story. Royalty is automatic among the world's largest rodents, but I am The Prince. Read the highly opinionated record of my downfall from pampered pet to grubby, corn-obsessed middle age.

This isn't "How to Capybara" anything, and the facts are a little bit mixed up. If you are interested in wild capybaras, don't look here! I can tell you what's in my refrigerator, though, and where the off-limits birdseed is. I also discuss visitor expectations, explain discreet coprophagy techniques, and offer advice on forays into forbidden parts of the house. Grab a highlighter and take notes in case there is a poop quiz!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 202 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 12mm | 304g
  • English
  • 45 Illustrations; Illustrations, black and white
  • 0999397605
  • 9780999397602
  • 1,690,638

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"This book would be easier to digest if the pages were made out of kale." -- JoeJoe the Capybara, reddit



"Ridiculous book about capybaras. All lies. The part about Caplin is okay." -- Mudskipper Rous, ROUS Foundation Advocate



"Dobby isn't my type. What a grubber! I'll take a litter of puppies any day." -- Cheesecake, Capybara Nanny; Rocky Ridge Rescue, Arkansas



"Dobby is a little bit country; Romeo & Tuff'n are a little bit Rock and Roll!" -- Romeo and Tuff'n, Headliner Capybaras, Las Vegas, Nevada
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