Thursday, January 20, 2011

Thursday Dose of Cute: Downtime

Downtime 1


Downtime 2


Downtime 3


Downtime 4
Belly Up!


Downtime 5


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15 comments:

  1. Do we get to see photos from the new friendship, too?! These were great!
    :)

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  2. BELLY SNORGLES !!!!

    Love teh snorgles. Love Bert. Love Buddy Bear.

    Donkey Doodle friendship? Wow. I can't wait.

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  3. AAWWWW Doggie love!!

    and you had your camera at the ready!

    SCORE!!!

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  4. I love the term "belly snorgles" as much as I love these pictures!
    :-)
    It reminds me of my sister's name for dog slobber: "snarkle"!

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  5. hi susan... i don't know how else to contact you so i'm leaving this post here. wondering if you know anyone who would be interested in giving a home to 2 baby donkeys--both jacks. They've turned up at a feedlot auction in new jersey--and no one's bought them yet ($135 each)... If you don't know anyone who'd want them--can you recommend a place that i could cross post a picture of them and some information--in case someone somewhere wants these 2 sweet little guys? thanks...
    rene

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  6. Oh my! I love the belly shots! Bert's ears are so cute in the last one.

    Debbie from Illinois

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  7. I really enjoyed looki' at all your animals. Lucky gal to live in such a place.

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  8. Dogs - as opposed to cats - are so great about accepting a newcomer! I wouldn't want to live without either, but the introducing a new cat certainly requires some patience and hope.

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  9. I've recently discovered your blog lately & love the wonderfully cute pics of your dogs! We recently lost one of our dogs & its really awesome to see 2 dogs playing happily together!

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  10. Puppy Love! It's a happy thing! :)

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  11. Hi Everybody,
    Thanks for all the fun comments. :)


    reneshay,
    Sorry for not getting back to you sooner about the poor donkeys. I hope they've already found good homes, but if not, you could try contacting the Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue, which is New England's only non-profit 501c3 donkey and mule rescue.

    I also just did a Google search (http://google.com) for 'donkey rescue' and got all kinds of promising hits.

    I hope this helps!

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