Our three horses sometimes splay out completely to the point where people who pass by calling us to inform us that they think one or more of them may be dead! but nope, they’re just sleeping! Glad they feel so safe! Oh yeah, it’s the best. Our practice a lot, the Awesome Crazy Sheep Lady 2020 Quarantined Shirt. Silly humans! My bunny used to do that. 5 year old me had a heart attack every morning for 13 years. Our bull does this. We lost some cows this summer, so every time he’s laying down sunning himself, I panic until I call his name and he mildly moves his ears. Someday’s it takes longer than others. I swear he likes to see how long he can do it. Occasionally I get in the field and he gets scritches so he plays along, I think.
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How can I be reincarnated in your bull, but still be alive? I’d totally mess with your head for scritches. Other than the hot/humid Missouri summers and the cold winters, he has a pretty good life! Y’all need a great or similar to help guard your steps. Then if the Awesome Crazy Sheep Lady 2020 Quarantined Shirt. I know how to speak, I just like writing like that sometimes. We’re looking for a protective donkey or two… or maybe a llama… just haven’t found the right match yet. We don’t want to bring just any donkey in, we’ve got 50+ mix of Dorper lambs and ewes so prefer a jenny and foal together. I will recommend the donkey. The short story is we had a mini donkey from a friend recover at our barn from what was first called a dog attack. I looked the little guy over and said “nuh-uh, that was a cougar.
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Dogs don’t claw-like that.” So somewhere out there was a bent up cougar who learned a lesson that night trying to get some sheep. Sheep were fine, donk recovered just fine too. Wow, I had no idea the Awesome Crazy Sheep Lady 2020 Quarantined Shirt. Or whatever the correct word is for “survived cougar attack”. I guess it helps they have hooves and all. Sturdy seems appropriate. Stalwart also comes to mind. In the 12th century, stalworth began to be used to describe strongly built people or animals (a meaning stalwart took on about two centuries later). It also came to be used as an adjective for people. Who showed bravery or courage (likewise a meaning passed on to stalwart).