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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Farm Fun

 
A few more pictures from yesterday. Horses are generally curious about a new human.

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horse

But the cow was the most fun. It was clearly a pet, and trotted right over to me and demanded to have its nose scratched.

horse

The funniest thing of all was the white German shepherd. He was friendly, and kept coming to me for attention, but in between he was playing with a full-grown black cat. The cat seemed less enthused than the dog, but didn't get testy. As I was leaving the dog picked up the cat by the scruff of the neck and carried it away from my car, toward the barn. Still playing? or being protective?

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6 comments:

Ann said...

It must be a very happy farm to have all those friendly animals there.
How cute with the dog. I say it was being protective, didn't want it's friend to get run over

Lin said...

Aw, that is so funny about the dog and cat. I think he is protecting his friend.

Love the friendly cow.

catskillblogger said...

Probably protective, Shepards are like that.

Secondary Roads said...

You get into interesting places and then get the most possible out of them. I loved the horses, and then the cow, but the dog and cat are the greatest!

Jean Knill said...

Horses are so beautiful and you take great pics. The cow reminds me of one in city farm my daughter used to go to. The girls played a game with it in which it would come close to have its face pushed and then whip round and kick out so they had to jump out of the way. All good clean fun I was assured.

Dennis the Vizsla said...

hello sharkbytes its dennis the vizsla dog hay those ar sum verry kyooryus horse dogs and cow dogs but that storry abowt the german shepherd picking up the cat and kerrying it away tayks the kayk!!! if i ever tried to do that with trouble i wood hav lost most of my chin and part of my fayse i think!!! ok bye

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