Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Wednesday Daily Dose of Cute: Meet the Dog Day


Dolores and Esmeralda Inspect Lucky Buddy Bear

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18 comments:

  1. Yes, yes, baby donkeys are cute, but . . . BEAR! Hello, my love! How nice to see your smiling face.

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  2. Baby donkey cuddles should help make up for not being able to cuddle the puppies. Bonus: she looks to be the same size as the puppies =)

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  3. So precious! Have you named the other little girl donkey yet?

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  4. Annemone from Denmark8/13/2008 3:33 PM

    Donkey babies rule :o) Cuter than cute

    Best regards
    Annemone

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  5. They are all so cute! Esmeralda is beautiful!

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  6. Esmerelda, what a great name for a great little donkey!

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  7. Bear looks almost embarrassed by the attention. Adorable little donkette - Esmeralda huh? excellent -

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  8. Bear's got some serious competition! Those donkey eyes SLAY me.

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  9. I never really thought about donkeys being cute... But they are! I want to give that donkey some hugs and kisses myself!

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  10. FLUFFY DOGS!

    Any dogs!

    Any pictures of anilmals is a-okay with me!

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  11. Esmeralda is just adorable!

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  12. I love the personalities in your photos! Animals are wonderful. I'm enjoying my Big Bunny this morning; she likes to sit by the open door and sniff the breeze. Simple pleasures for both of us.

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  13. Hey Farm Girl! What every happened with the name of the other baby donkey? The other "e"? Did you pick a name? :-)

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  14. Every time I swing by your blog, I'm surprised at how adorable the photos are, it's like each of your little animals has a personality of it's own...and I shouldn't be surprised because, like I said, it happens every time :)!

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  15. Have you ever used donkeys as guardian animals? I love donkeys and would love to work with them. I am just not sure that they would be safe from predators too.
    Kelly

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  16. So cute! You are lucky to have the room for all those critters!

    Laurel

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  17. I am so glad I stumbled upon your blog. I grew up on a farm right outside of Charleston, SC and now live in Concord, NC...no farm! I miss living out in the open. I will be checking back by again. Oh and the blueberries look yummy.
    Erin

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  18. The extreme baby donkey cuteness has me in a major tizzy. What is it with baby animals?

    I was on vacation when two (2!)beautiful baby elephants were born at the Pittsburgh Zoo. I got 4 emails, from 4 completely separate people, who couldn't wait until I came back to tell me .

    You should see them, they are insanely cute.They are on the Pittsburgh Zoo website.

    Did you know that when a baby elephant is born, all the females in the herd trumpet? (A zookeeper told me that all the zookeepers trumpet, too.) After 20 some months gestation, a racket is definitely called for!

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