Life on a family farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
A little black Banana and really cute Nectarine... <3 <3 my babies.
Awwwww . . . . cuties :)(Don't even want to think about those dogs :(
Becky, baby Elvis has entered the building!!Linda, alas, it wasn't a roaming dog. It was Ralph's Blue Heeler who is 16 years old and lives in the cow barn. He has been a terrible dog for all 16 of those years and has killed a couple of other cats. However, he hasn't done any such thing in years so it was unexpected....but horrible.Cathy, this dog....this dog....it is Ralph's own dog...i don't talk about him much. He is 16, lives in the barn as a guard, as we couldn't ever civilize him. He killed another cat once years ago, also my own cat, also a great favorite.....which was what finally got him banished to the barn for good. I couldn't believe in his elderly feebleness that he could...or would..do in a big, tough cat like Elvis. But he did. And when it was done it was too late to wish it was otherwise. I have never liked him, never...although I did try. I miss Elvis. He was a force to be reckoned with. he was a house cat until he took a full grown Border Collie, Nick, down one day and nearly killed him. He was happier in the barn anyhow....
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