When Jules Met Llenny

I shared that Jules panicked the first time she saw Llenny.  After I let him into the barnyard, she found a safe place to watch him.

cat watching llama

That worked well, but she got careless, and he decided to go up and introduce himself when she was just sitting there.

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I’m pretty sure they aren’t going to be BFFs anytime soon.

If Zoinks isn’t a good enough Z word for Alphabe-Thursday, how about zodiographer (one who writes about animals).

My Youngest Saanen

Sam Goodberry is my youngest Saanen.  Today he was in the yard eating yellow flowers (aka dandelions) with a yellow cat lounging around and keeping an eye on him.

Saanen buckling

Yep.  It’s Alphabe-Thursday, and the letter this week is Y.

Sunday’s Scavenger Hunt

The items for Scavenger Hunt Sunday this week are:  alive, movement, starts with T, friends or family, and photographer’s choice.  Without further ado.

The Canada geese in the Back Forty are planning on starting a family.  It’s the first time I’ve actually had one nest back there.  I’m thinking they might be new at this because on top of the log in the wide open along the fence doesn’t seem like the best place to build a nest if you ask me.

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Then again, she has her hubby/gander standing in a tree (starts with T) acting as a decoy.  He was literally up there announcing to all predators that he was there and come get him.  Really.  I’m not sure how this is going to turn out, but we’ll see.

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In another tree, we have Snickers.  I hope this works for movement because he was definitely remembering that down is more difficult than up at this point.



Jules has not yet fully recovered from meeting seeing the llama.  In fact, she thinks she’s lucky to be alive.  She’s only ventured back out of the house once, and she was panicked and ready to go back in almost immediately.



Llenny doesn’t really look that mean, does he?  This one is my photographer’s choice.



Hopefully, my son is still planning on helping me move Llenny to a bigger space (and hanging out to make sure he doesn’t go through the fence again) in the morning.

I’m also sharing with Bird d’Pot, Camera Critters, and Saturday’s Critters.


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