For overseas readers and the one person in the UK who has missed this by virtue of having been under a stone for the past however long it has been, here are the 10 orphaned/abandoned owlets whio have been rescued by the St Tiggywinkle's wildlife hospital. The little chaps and chapesses (don't ask me - I'm not very good at owl sexing) will be released back to the wild when fully grown.
Apparently owls invariably hang about in pairs in the wild so the non-related group of ten is something of an oddity. Big talons, though! The rabbit is still time poor having just moved hutch yet again (he is now a resident of Croydon - which will do for the time being) but still has good intentions as regard to getting down to more blogging and visiting many more blogs).
And here is a warning to the new, more sociable type of owl from old bill with Hat Tip to Old Holborn