Sunday, September 17, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 9/17/06

Hot Dog vs. Parched Pussycat










































Finally.

Attention Cat & Dog Lovers! This is WCB #67 & WDB #52!
Head over to CatSynth.com for the cat roundup and Sweetnicks for the dog roundup. For more fun cat photos, catch the traveling Carnival Of The Cats each Sunday night. And the weekly Friday Ark boards everything from cats & dogs to squirrels & frogs. Allergic to fur? Weekend Herb Blogging is for you.


Wonderful Wild Animal Sanctuary Update!
(Click here if you missed my original post about the big cats and other exotic animals who need our help). The Wild Animal Sanctuary has received so many donations & promises of donations that they are able to keep operating for now. Click here to read the latest closing update on their website. Many, many thanks to all of you generously made donations and wrote about the Wild Animal Sanctuary. Note: they are now accepting donations from anywhere in the world via PayPal. Please keep spreading the word! IT REALLY IS WORKING!

A year of Daily Photos ago:
J2 & New Cat Survey The Day From The Cat Cabin

9 comments:

  1. Standoff. Time to call in the chickenz.

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  2. Yes! It is TIME for CHICKENZ! They're such good standoff negotiators!

    Cute, cute picture.

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  3. Those finicky cats, but then don't think twice about drink after dog feet soaks or bird baths. It's something you caught this little dance.

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  4. Nothing like a dog that hogs the water bowl! We have the same problem here too! Only there are 4 dogs trying to get to the dish while the cat sits and watches.

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  5. That is one patient cat!

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  6. G'day foodie farm girl from Sydney Australia.... I had to write to tell you how much I enjoy your photos... I grew up on a farm outside Cambridge, Ontario, Canada and by checking your blog I can instantly see the seasons and farm life from my childhood appear before my eyes. Your photo a peach of a sunrise made me very homesick albeit in a beautiful way. Love your blog and photos... keep it coming. PS Spring here in Sydney with wattle, rhododendron, jasmine, wisteria blooming in abundance. Frangipani just starting to show some leaves.

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  7. Hi farmgirl. I just discovered your blog over the weekend and I spent most of the weekend reading it and googling and gahhing over all your farm creatures. Cary is so cute I think my heart melted too many times to be healthy. Your cat is a patient one.
    Jane

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  8. Great picutres. You are also patient for waiting them out. Kitty must have been thirsty.

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  9. Hola, just found you via the Carnival of Cats.

    Love all your photos! Is this a beagle dog I see in these? (I have two, so I'm partial.) Quite funny and cute.

    Donkey Doodle Dandy is also very handsome.

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