Life on a family dairy farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
Ahhahahahahaha!Yeah. I can see how bad that cat is.
Uh oh. NOW you've done it! Corruption sets in promptly. Have you tried booting her out into 15-below mornings yet?
You used "good" and "cats" in the same sentence.You crack me up.
Do cats just decide for themselves whether to be house or barn cats?
Got one of those here. Dangit. I think the cure is a fresh load of hay....it always reminds them of their duty.
Plotting, they are....
Cathy, they are a pair of pips! Litter mates, but so very different.WW, they are funny...they like to come in a visit for a minute but they really prefer the barn. When we tried to keep Pumpkin indoors she protested and rejoiced madly when she got back to the stable.FC, sentence? What sentence? lolJan, not normally, but these two are amazing.Queenacres, lol, these two like to visit but they would rather live in the barn.Jeffro, oh, yeah, plotting they do! Day and night!
Hummm she knows a warm spot...and the house it IT!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
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