Friday, January 23, 2009

Friday Daily Dose of Cute: Feeding Frenzy


Attack of the Starving Sheep

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Want to see more hay feeding photos?
3/14/06: A Whole New Way to Start the Day
3/26/06: I Told You They Have No Manners
3/2/08: How Do Donkeys Order Lunch?
3/7/08: Waiting for Lunch (On Top of Breakfast)
3/26/08: Donkey Dietary Habits
4/18/08: Cary is Too Hungry to Say Hi
5/7/08: Daily Dose of Cute: All Day Hay Buffet
5/28/08: Daily Dose of Cute: Back in the Hay Day
9/27/08 Sheep Gone Wild!

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3 comments:

  1. Oh yes. They're good at pretending they haven't had food in days, despite the large pile of hay at their disposal at all times. Fakers.

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  2. I will never tire of your pictures :-) They do seem like sneaky ones, with those attempts to induce guilt in their keepers with their swarms!

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  3. our goats are as bad - with an entire round bale sitting in the pen - they get hysterical over us going in and throwing some over the fence to the new mamas and babies side.

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