Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Wednesday Dose of Cute: Scratching an Itch?

Gnat Holding Up the Tree
Or Holding up the Tree?

You never know with baby donkeys!

© 2010 FarmgirlFare.com, the resourceful foodie farm blog where little Gnat is very cute, but he still won't let us pet him. Meanwhile, rapidly growing Gus (I can't believe how big these boys are!) is in the running for friendliest donkey ever. That guy loves being snuggled and brushed.

8 comments:

  1. Uh Oh, sounds like you need to buy a lariot on your next trip to town.... Or get your friend the Donkey Peddling Cowboy to rope him up for you.

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  2. Hope that giant log doesn't fall on him!

    How fun to have donkeys!

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  3. I love the name Gnat for a donkey. Very cute and very cute donkey. We live in a rural area and there are several donkey's that give birth every so often. This year, an adorable black baby. He was so so so cute. Still is.

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  4. Your babies are sooo cute! My husband I and I came across your blog the other night and love it. How awesome it would be to live on a farm like you have!

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  5. I simply cannot stand it. This is the cutest photo ever!!!

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  6. What aclever guy! So cute and so smart, too! Love, love, love all the farm animals - thank you so much for sharing them with those of us who can't have such cuties! (City ordinances are so pesky :p)

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  7. What a doll!!! Honestly, who could not love a donkey?! Is it true that they have very distinct personalities? I have heard people compare them to dogs. I have been toying with the idea of owning a couple when we start our little farm.

    Oh, and just as a little funny. The word verification for this comment is spanties! I kid you not. Don't worry I have my spanties on today!

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  8. I'm so jealous that you have these cute farm animals in your yard! All I get in my yard are squirrels and an occasional raccoon!

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