Tuesday, April 19

Tuesday Dose of Cute: No Need to Call the Fire Dept.

Smudge has his own ladder (and he knows how to use it).

Want to see more of this fluffy, fourteen year old fellow?
(click here to see all these posts on one long page)
10/22/05: Smudgie Up High
11/27/10: Sun Spots
© FarmgirlFare.com, where everybody at the barn is quiet until you get all the way back up to The Shack—and then somebody starts wildly baaing their head off for their mama or their baby. And if you hear it, you can't just ignore it—or at least I can't. Gotta go.


  1. Kittys do such funny things. Got to love them

  2. It looks as though she is very happy up there!!! I love it that she knows how to use the ladder.
    Cats are unique! I love my cat. She is a member of our family!

  3. Hi Susan
    Thanks for the great pic of Smudge Gotta love those kitties.

  4. I have one named Smudge. And a Splash, Baby Splash and a Splotch.

    Running out of names.

  5. Awwwww...Smudge is adorable, and I enjoyed all the pictures of him! :) He sure does like that rooftop doesn't he!! :)

  6. Smudge is adorable and obviously very smart!!

    All the lambs are just too precious (I'm sorry to hear that one died) and why did you choose to sell one and the mama? I know you have A LOT of lambs this year - just curious!

    Thanks so much for sharing all of these wonderful photos with us - I'm sure keeping up this blog is a lot of work and you have plenty of other stuff to keep you busy. Your readers really appreciate and love all of your efforts.
    Thank you!

  7. This is too funny...I also have a tabby named "Smudge" who happens to have a sister tabby named "Smidge". They were rescued after being sucked into a leaf catcher. They celebrated their 8th birthday this month!


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