Saturday, September 13, 2008

Saturday Daily Dose of Cute:
Here A Nibble, There A Nibble


Evie & Daphne Enjoy Brunch by
The Shack

Not enough cute for you?
Baby Donkey Photos
Donkey Photos
The First Daily Doses of Cute
Daily Doses of Cute Part 2
Daily Doses of Cute Part 3
Daily Doses of Cute Part 4
Daily Doses of Cute Part 5

Daily Doses of Cute Part 6

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12 comments:

  1. Oh great dose of cute! I've been fluffing up for winter too - but perhaps not in the same way? Cakes and cookies and ice cream oh MY!

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  2. Evie makes you work for her love!

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  3. They are too cute! When my hubby and I had our honeymoon, we stayed at a bed and breakfast that had mini donkeys! Of course, I've wanted one ever since :).

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  4. Did y'all get drenched over the weekend? we actually did our emergency preparations (gas cans for generator, candles and plenty of pantry stocked up) . . barely got a half inch of rain! Looks like Ike ran east and north quickly.

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  5. I am moving to southwest Missouri RIGHT NOW to love on baby donkeys.

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  6. Oh that is a great dose of cuteness!

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  7. I am curious to know what is the benefit to having a pack of donkeys on the farm, aside from their cuteness, of course. Do they act as an alarm system or scare off predators?

    -Suzanne

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  8. Wow! I'm so glad I found your site. I have been searching for others who do some of what we do and am happy to have found you. I know I will enjoy looking through your archives:-).

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  9. What a big baby! They grow up so fast :-)

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  10. And that "here a nibble, there a nibble" reminded me of that "pick a little, talk a little" song from The Music Man. Cheep-cheep-cheep / Pick a lot, talk a little! :-)

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  11. Hi, I am a guide dog raiser in Seattle, WA. The puppy I am currently raising is named Shep. I love your blog and I love reading about other people’s pet experiences. I also have a website where I sell pet supplies and i have a blog on it also about guide dogs. I built the site to try and help raise money for guide dogs and other animal charities.

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