Monday, April 28, 2008

Monday Daily Dose Of Cute


Meet And Greet With
Cary

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15 comments:

  1. Good that Cary is getting her approval time in first. They are adorable and like everyone else - I'm excited to hear what kind of dog and of course the names.

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  2. How big?! It is so hard to imagine those little balls of fluff getting to be that large. Good luck to all of you.

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  3. AAAAAAaaaaaaaawwwwWWWWW!!!

    I know, you're not supposed to socialize them to people, rather to the sheep, but does that mean no petting whatsoever? That would be hard. For me, I mean. The puppies are adorable. What is their breed/origin?

    And please tell me there is a puppy-naming contest. Abelard and Heloise? Fluff and Muff?

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  4. Is Cary the customs inspector? I hope she lets them in.

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  5. Gosh, I guess I will continue to dream about life on the farm. I think that I'd have a hard time with the coyotoes, too. And I guess that's the way that it is meant to be. But I sure do envy you the peace and quiet and the furry and feathered friends. As always, there is bad with the good. Hang in there. Your gift of writing is awesome!

    Sandy in North Texas (flat-lander)

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  6. Your little fluffballs are adorable and I think Cary approves. Many, many years ago, wolves roamed your area but bounty-hunting allowed the coyotes to thrive. I knew a father-son pair who made a living hunting wolves. I guess if you have to make a choice, coyotes would be preferred. Good luck with your new protectors.

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  7. That is the swwetes photo I have ever seen!! So lovely.- I want a sheep.

    Hugs from Singapore

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  8. That is the sweetest photo I have ever seen! I want a sheep.

    Hugs from Singapore

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  9. Is it just me or do those puppies have smiles on their faces?

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  10. aaaaawwwwwwwwwwww... Too Cute.

    Cary is so sweet!

    Carolyn

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  11. I'm pretty sure they'll still be cute when they're full-grown. But also scary enough to keep away predators, of course.

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  12. Hurry up with answers, girl! Breed? Great Pyrenese or other? Names? Good luck with them. Not even a little cuddle? OOOOOOO- that would be hard for me!!

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  13. I echo all the comments from yesterday and today - they are adorable and can't wait to hear all about them. But the question I have is - what have you done to get them to stay in the crates so you can get their photos????? Maybe they are bred for photo stillness? Or, you are very quick! Looking forward to updates, and hearing how all is going.

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  14. I love your BLOG!! I grew up next to a farm and fell in love with the animals!

    Check out my blog when you have a moment. I'd love to put a link to your blog on mine... and maybe you can link to mine?

    http://slowfoodwaltz.blogspot.com

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  15. I too, am interested to learn what breed of dogs they are. I found your site doing a google search for English Shepherds. One of your posts about Buddy Bear showed up. We have a lot in common!

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