Friday, May 15, 2009

I Know It's What They Are Supposed To Do

Grow up that is.







Yikes!

The boys went with me to the stock dog trial today. I was going to be gone for too long and even though Graham Lamb is as big as Keebler, he's really only about 3 1/2 weeks old - still a baby and way too long to stay by himself all day.

They had a nice big shady pen and were a star attraction...until a middle eastern family came by and I caught the mother "weighing" the lambs :-O. They were (politely) escorted away.



We all went out to run around and eat some grass when we got home. Even Weaslie. If there's something out there a Corgi won't eat, we haven't found it.



Hmmm - I wonder if I can eat this...



Hey, where's the kitty going?

Graham has a real thing for cats. He just loves them. It's a good thing too, as a new stray has shown up. The "cat whisperer" (Saint Tim) has already "tamed" him down and named him Scrunchy.

Just what we needed, another cat (sheep, dog, horse...).

9 comments:

Alice said...

Amazing how much Keebler has grown! Still, he is a precious lamb and I am sure that he and his buddy Graham charmed the visitors.
There is a special place in heaven (and earth) for the St. Tims who take in stray cats with an open heart. You are blessed as well. Can't wait to see the pictures of your new addition!

Peacecat said...

They keep you busy, and happy! So sweet. Thanks for sharing those wonderful photos!

Dana and Daisy said...

graham still looks pretty small to me.

Do you mean that lady wanted to buy them for non-fiber use? good golly!

Nancy K. said...

Those pictures of you at the spinning wheel with a lamb at your lap are absolutely priceless! You should have them blown up and framed...

Ed said...

ROFLMAO!!!!!!! The line about the middle eastern woman had me ROLLIN' poor Keebler and Grahm probably did'nt have a clue. You made my day..again..:-)

L'Hélène said...

This cat KNOWS that another cat is exactly what you need. Maybe you don't know it yet? ;-)

Have a nice weekend!

Pam said...

The pictures of Keebs in turbo growth mode are hysterical! Are you putting steroids in his milk? He is such a sweet little fuzz head. AND a new cat! I need to meet this Saint Tim...

Denise said...

Is Scrunchy an orange cat too? How lucky for you. That is very sweet that Graham lamb likes kitties. Good thing you have a cat whisperer in the family :-)

DayPhoto said...

I'll bet you were horrifffiedd to see that wife, with her calculating eyes.

Move along now, these babies get to have the life ALL sheep would love to have, move along.. shoo, go on. Scram!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

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