BW looks so regal! He's not a tuxedo, he's a white tie.
I think he has something on his mind. He looks like he wants to talk.
First of all, I have to start by saying, I love your blogs: Apifera Farm, and Donkey Dreams. I grew up on two different farms until I was 18 years old (one complete w/ livestock, horses, dogs, goats...etc., and the other in the middle of an almond orchard/grape vineyard). Now that I am 24 years old, I've moved away from the countryside to city life where I am unable to have pets due to my apartment complex contract. I've accepted my animal-less life so that I can have a better job and finish college, but my heart tears a little bit when I leave my parents' house after visiting and I have to say goodbye to all of our great dogs & cats that I've left behind. I just wanted to say thank you for posting all of your great photos of the animals on your farm: if I need cheering up I just go to your blogs and see all of the great smiling faces, like Pino.
Cute cat, Katherine. By the way, the title to this post might also describe your readers ;)
Hi everyone. Yess, BW is a talker, actually. He is very vocal and has figured out he can sneek in the house when we open stduio door. It's so cool that someone who lived on a farm growing up, and is now a city girl, comes to my blog to get a little feeling of her old life and home!I do appreciate you are staying animal-less while you take care of college and work though -animals are a committment as you know, and you'll get them when your life allows it. Until then, keep stopping by [and an almond orchard, lovely. It's sad how many filbert orchards are being torn down here]
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