Friday, August 06, 2010

Friday Dose of Cute: Yoga for Sheep

Guinny 1

Guinny 2

Guinny 3

Guinny 4

Guinny 5
Not to be confused with yoga for cats, as demonstrated here and here.

Limber up, it's the weekend!
Want to practice more cute poses? Take your pick:

© 2010, the body, mind, and soul foodie farm blog where the best part about this scene is that the sheep she's using as a yoga mat isn't even her mom. (Photos taken 5/8/10.)


  1. These pix just make you laugh - and that's a really good thing!

    Thanks for sharing them - love it!

  2. I keep falling love with your animals.

  3. Is it yoga, or is she giving the large ewe a massage? Sort of like when a massager walks on your back?

  4. Mary from Madison8/07/2010 12:31 PM

    Would this be the upward sheepdog pose?

  5. Sorry to be impatient, but when do we get the answer to "Which of these is not like the other?" (Lamb among goat kids?) Hmmmmmm?!!

  6. That's what I was thinkin' instead of down dog - it's up sheep.


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