Wednesday, May 4, 2011

At The End Of A Long Day







Yeah, um, Wiwi thinks snuggling with Lila is not so grate akshully*.

*lolcat dictionary

17 comments:

Peacecat said...

Kitteh is NOT amuzed.

Gayle said...

I want to snuggle that baby so badly!!

What is VM that she is picking out?

I had a random lady stop and yell out her window to me yesterday. She wanted to know if I spin. I do not so she wanted to know what I did with the wool. (Ummmm. throw it away). She wants it. Offered to give me a couple skeins and said she would even clean it. Can you believe that? She was such a nice young girl (who spins) that I told her she could just have it all for free if she wanted to do something with it.

Makes me wonder if I had more sheep.... :)

flowerweaver said...

Awww! Poor Wiwi, not the center of attention on her own bed!

Lori Skoog said...

Good morning Sara. How do you ever get a lamb like that to go back with the flock? She is so comfortable looking, and obviously adores you.

Christine said...

That is one spoiled lammie!

Bee Lady said...

Now I know why Mary's Lamb followed her to school one day....Mary spoiled it rotten! So cute, I'd do the same thing. Makes me want one...

Cindy Bee

Nancy K. said...

I'm just trying to determine who is deriving the most comfort and pleasure from this relationship. It appears quite mutually beneficial to me!

;-)

Jody said...

My gosh...Lila is growing like a weed. How are you ever going to be able to return her? You are keeping her right? She will never want to leave you :-)

Sheepmom said...

I don't think we have to wonder any more why your bottle lambies have a hard time accepting that they are SHEEP. Who have to live in the BARN. If only you could really housetrain them..........
What happy pictures.

Shelley said...

Perfectly wonderful snuggle buddy! If I "can't" have a dog..... hmmmmm.

DayPhoto said...

AHHh! Life is good!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Alice said...

Lila LOVES her momma to be sure!! She is such a good sport when it comes to travelling that she has earned a spot on the bed. You are lucky to have Lila.

Dreaming said...

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!

farmlady said...

Our indoor animals don't like it much when we bring in the "outdoor" critters. I love Wiwi's name.
That lamb may get really use to that bed.... which, by the way has a beautiful headboard.

Pam said...

Oh Lila, looks like your training for the humans is right on schedule. Sara, have you set up a cot for Saint Tim yet? Or perhaps a sleeping bag?

Mom L said...

Oh, dear. I can just see there's going to be trouble when Lila is two! Poor Wiwi - the poor cat might have to move to the barn!

Hey, I'd keep Lila inside to snuggle with me, too.

Nancy in Iowa

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Life is good!! I think we all could use a little lamb to comfort us at the end of the day--Or we should comfort a lamb at the end of the day...I don't know which! :-)

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