Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Wednesday Dose of Cute: Standing Tall and Smiling Wide


That's Our Crazy Daisy

Hay feeding season is almost over! Have a look back here:
First You Have to Put Up the Hay
3/11/06:
Oh, Just Take A Seat Anywhere
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!
1/23/09:
Feeding Frenzy
3/4/09: Food as Furniture

© Copyright 2009 FarmgirlFare.com, the big dog foodie farm blog where there's nothing better than an animal loving food blogger, and you know we love to support animal shelters and rescue operations like Bernie Berlin's amazing A Place to Bark. Well, two of the very first food blogging friends we made back in 2005 (Joe is the cooking and baking fiend, Jeff is the grateful eater) are participating, along with their ridiculously cute spotted puppy, Gus, in the Humane Society's 35th annual Five Mile Walk on May 2nd, in memory of their beloved dog, Spike. If you decide to support Team Gus by donating a couple of dollars (all those little amounts add up big!), you'll be helping the Twin Cities Humane Society continue to care for nearly 40,000 animals in need each year. Thank you!

2 comments:

  1. Now that is a happy and healthy looking dog who loves his job!

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  2. Shelters are definitely hurting all over the place. Sad.

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