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1st Lamb!

Posted by sheepco MN z4 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 26, 06 at 14:51

Less than 24 hours old - Flossie's new lamb. (Actually, they're cuter in a few days)

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And Herb, the cat that thinks he's a lamb, is happy to have a new 'sister'!

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Happy Spring!
Sarah


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such snugglepusses!


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Awwwwwwwwww! Baby lamby-kins!

C with 3 Ds and so far no lambs


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Oh those knees! I don't see how he/she could get any cuter. Thanks for the photos! And congratulations -- spring has officially arrived.


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C3D - do you need one? I've got friends headed back to Virginia next Saturday...they could drop one off on the way :)

Heeheehee!

PS: Flossie thinks Herb is one of the regulars around here, but you should she her STOMP her foot if Murphy (name of the day), the new pup, gets even a foot inside the barn door! I wish the pix were better, Herb was curled up under the heat lamp with the lamb, but they both got up when the camera came out.


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That is a fantastic offer, Sarah! :-) Thank you! x 13 !

One lamby-kins for, ooooo, shall we say... 12 ring-neck doves? If that is not enough, I am sure I could getcha more of them. Better yet, a few mated pairs so you too can have doves galore!

who-who-who........!


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  • Posted by youreit z9b CA Sunset z8-9 (My Page) on
    Mon, Mar 27, 06 at 9:34

Yeah, what IS it about lamb's knees?? So soft-looking and kissable! And when you get the multi-species mix going on, I get cuddle-bumps! :D

Can't wait to see more pics in a few days, Sarah!

Brenda


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Ooooooooooooooh!
And he is so cutely smiling for the camera.............

:) Mary


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  • Posted by lefd05 z5/6 westCO (My Page) on
    Tue, Mar 28, 06 at 19:03

I love baby lambs! They are just the cutest! I raised a bummer a number of years ago. She thought she was one of the dogs, she didn't know she was a sheep. We tried to turn her out into a flock and she totally freaked, so she stayed. "Clover" lived to be 12 years old. :)


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