Monday, 30 December 2013

Your not going to blog THAT are you

 Doesn't Molly look embarrassed, I'm sure she would be mortified to know I'm gonna share the happenings on the blog.

 Didn't help that the sheep had all been laughing at her.


Molly may be an old goat of  14 plus years  but she can still deal it to the sheep


 We have more than enough grass (in fact too much - what a great problem to have in summer) But Molly still thought the grass was greener at neighbours and got her head stuck in the barb wire.
With no men folk around Abbey put on her dad's welding gloves and helped Molly out of her fix.

 Comfort food was needed after such an ordeal

Farm stay Guests

The four brothers left today - but not without having a party again first. Can you see the nuts chucked out of the bowl?.  To make up for their mess, I do get a wonderful greeting every morning from them. (Had to take photo through wire as once I walk into cattery they all come running down to see me).
Molly and Bella left today too - but I didn't get a good photo of them. They would of been happy to stay longer as very much at home here.

 The cattery was all cleaned and Pinot was moved into an outside run.
It's been hot and humid with rain today

 Even tho half of the run is under cover Pinot sat in the rain - funny fella.

 oh dear all I seem to get photos of Basil is him eating

 Sammy and Basil liked being in the outdoor run (they kept out of the rain).


Evie was thrilled the boys had moved out of the indoor cattery - she has it all to herself for a few days.

Evie was quite brave and even sat on my knee. Evie was from the SPCA and she took 6 months before she would stop hiding at her place so I feel quite honoured.

10 comments:

  1. Poor Molly Goat!! Love that Evie is your friend, and a happy belated birthday Leanne, you got some wonderful thoughtful presents from the gang.

    Julie and Poppy Q
    xxx

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    1. Yes poor Molly goat, I go all weak at the knees when she gets herself in trouble. Abbey was having a bad day and even got out of bed to help our Molly goat. Sure miss having the men folk around when I need them.
      See you next year.
      Love Leanne

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  2. Poor thing, glad you got her out of the wire OK but she must feel so ashamed now that we all know what happened! Evie is beautiful!

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    1. Molly is soo funny - silly thing! She gets all stroppy around the sheep as if to say well what were you laughing at. Evie has the sweetest little meow when she greets me.
      Love Leanne

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  3. How embarrassing for poor Molly! But good thing she has people looking out for her. And those cats really have a wonderful place to stay!

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    1. Thanksyou - we are thrilled to have it available and it's really nice knowing the families have felt they didn't need to worry about their loved pet/s while on holiday.The koha people offer is always appreciated and goes in the pot to pay for all the up keep of the critters living at our place - or who just pass through

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  4. Hehe, poor Molly caught on camera!! Lovely to see all the happy visitors. Bet the rain is doing your garden some good...we'e enjoying it on the farm :-)

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    1. Yes the rain is wonderful for the garden - everything is growing like crazy (including the weeds) Happy New year to you and yours.

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  5. Haha our goats used to do it all the time as well, no matter how much grass we have they want that extra bit just outside the fence.
    Evie looks like a beautiful little soul. xxx

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    1. Molly should know better - she broke off one of her horns doing such things when she was younger. Yes Evie is a sweetie has the loveliest meow.

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