Monday, December 19, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 12/19/05

New Cat Isn't The Only One Fluffing Up For Winter

Don't you just want to rub that soft white underbelly? Click
here to see Donkey Doodle Dandy's sleek September look.


  1. Virtual throwing my arms around his neck hug to Dan!

  2. Please get out of my way, it's my turn! Just look at his cheeks...

  3. Wow, what a difference! Let's call him Fluffy now :)

  4. Dan is the sweetest fluffiest donkey I have ever seen. Hubbay and I are contemplating bying a few acres outside of town (not 280!) and when we do. I want a donkey just like Dan.

  5. Does Dan enjoy a good belly rub? We had an old blue roan mare for a few years that absolutely adored having her belly scratched!! She would STRETCH out till nearly tipping over when you found those itchy belly spots....

  6. Oh so cute ... I love farm animals - he looks adorable!

  7. Dan's got a very chic coat!

  8. He's so cute!! I just love donkeys!!


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