Friday, June 19, 2015

Is She Ever Going To Move Out?



21 comments:

Shelley said...

I can't decide if the Liddy stories would be better if she moved out or if she stayed!

Jean said...

No junk food in the barn -- just saying

I need orange said...

She looks pretty darn happy right where she is...... :-)

Karen Battersby said...

Will she have the perks of living in your house when she moves out? A sofa? A (people) bed? A refrigerator full of cold drinks and yummy snacks? A mommy to sit and cuddle her whenever she needs some snuggles?

Cheryl West said...

Whyever would she with loving parents, comfy house and companion cats and dogs? She knows she has it so well and has such a high cuteness factor.

Jo said...

Why should she leave such a wonderfully loving and comfy abode? Love the post!

Donna said...

Why would she? She's no fool - she's got it real good right now. And she's so darn sweet!

Susan said...

But, but, why WOULD she?

Cappy said...

What did she do to her leg?

Far Side of Fifty said...

She looks right at home. I think she may be your biggest challenge yet to transition to the barn and pasture...I think she will need a really good friend...I wonder who will that be:)

Leslie said...

Do you really want her to? As long as she went potty outside, I'd be fine with her living in my kitchen forever!

Tombstone Livestock said...

Eviction notices cost a lot of money, good luck. did she eat her wool 'cause you forgot to feed her?







She looks

Annette Mickelson said...

Um, no. She's never moving out based on that picture. She looks pretty darn comfortable.

T.L. Merrybard said...

Not if she's got any say in it! :)

thecrazysheeplady said...

She poked her hip on something and got an abscess. It's almost healed up, but it was a doozy.

The Green Dogs said...

Doesn't look like it! Cutie.

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

LMAO and yeah.........WHY would she want to do such a thing :)

Alice said...

I'm sure she can milk that boo-boo on her leg for a longer stay at the house. I don't expect her to be released to " independent living" any time soon. :-)

sophy0075 said...

Why would you want her to move out? She is cuter than a large dog (even if she can't be potty-trained), and will be very happy to consume whatever ice cubes and Doritos you offer her. Besides, she probably doesn't think she is a sheep. And by living inside, think of how well you are protecting her fleece from dust, dirt, hay, pine straw, etc. Face it, most shepherds have a bottle lamb or two every season. With Liddy, you have someone extra special!

Michaele said...

Cute but I know it's probably time. I have a couple of kittens who have ovrstayed their house time.

Cappy said...

Ouch! Glad it's healing well!

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