Sunday, August 23, 2009

The Publicist is Cheating on Us - Part II

Yesterday I reported the very upsetting news that the publicist was cheating on us.

Seriously!
She is seei
ng other goats!
OTHER GOATS!

Not just seeing them, but milking them too. The evidence is shown in photos in my blog post. I can't show it again; I get too upset. I just hope she doesn't deci
de to run off to the other Farm and leave us. The other Farm has so many fun animals. It has sheep. Sheep that baaaa in bass. The publicist said she has never laughed so hard in her life because the sheep baaaa so low.


And look at the loooooong tail on this one sheep. Has anyone ever seen a sheep with such a long tail?



There were even MORE goats there. More than the ones I showed you yesterday. These little goats live in another pen and even I have to admit they are cute.


This is their hay feeder and boy do they love to eat.


I know several of you are looking forward to seeing the alpaca. Well, here she is!


She wasn't very friendly at first but the publicist won her over. Doesn't she have a sweet face? (What am I writing?! I don't want to think the alpaca is sweet. I don't want the publicist to like it at the other Farm.)


There is a very nice horse too but she did not want her picture taken. She was playing shy. She went to the back of her barn where it was too dark and the publicist could not get her photo. Oh well. The publicist said she was generally very friendly and even ate some apple (even the horse got some treat!) but she didn't like the camera.

Of course there was a Farm cat!


And chickens! lots and lots of chickens.


The publicist says that today is her last day to babysit these goats. I will have to wait and see if this is true. I hope so. I hope she doesn't bring home any more goats. Or cats. There are enough goats here on the Farm. And enough cats. I know the male person will agree with me on that.

Tomorrow is Goatucation Day! I answer a question from blueviolet:
I am wondering if when they are born if all of their spots and coloring carry through into adulthood or does that change over time?

13 comments:

  1. Well, even though the publicist visited the other farm, I am certain she loves you best!

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  2. The publicist's heart will always be with you. I don't think you have to worry a bit. :)

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  3. I don't know.....that alpace is pretty darn adorable. I know I couldn't resist something like that!

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  4. What a menagerie!! I bet the change of scenery was great for the publicist. But I am sure you goats will be happy to have her back all to yourselves.

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  5. Now that's a funny farm! I love the alpaca. Maybe the publicist could just bring her home? Or maybe she could just visit every now and then so you can put up an alpaca picture every once in a while? (Not that you goats aren't cute, OF COURSE, but the alpaca is a different kind of cute...). :)

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  6. I love your goats. I was raised on goats milk and your photos remind me of childhood! Thanks for joining my newsletter at the innovative gourmet!

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  7. Yes, the alpaca is very cute, but I've heard that can spit very well, so stay clear!

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  8. well, i just think you all should learn a lesson from this. if the other farm owner ever has to goat sit for all of you don't be too friendly. make her earn your attention and affection with treats. lots and lots of treats!!! those are some clever animals at that farm!

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  9. I am always amazed when I see long tailed sheep. When you grow up in the city you picture sheep with short tails.

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  10. Yeah, they're cute, but there is no place like home! Someone said that once....

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  11. The alpaca is so cute and so is the kitty! How'd that sheep get such a long tail? Anyway, I'm sure when the publicist is over at the other farm she is always thinking of you!

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  12. Daisy - I hope you are right. She didn't bring home any other animals so that is good.

    blueviolet - thank you for your support and for your question for tomorrow.

    Sue - I agree. The alpaca is cute, but I don't want an alpaca here!

    Julia - the publicist said there were animals everywhere she looked! It was a busy farm!

    Cute - you should know...heh heh

    Gabrielle - then you know how good our rich milk is! thank you for visiting my blog.

    Aunt Vicki - the publicist know this. She once had a llama spit on her and it was disgusting.

    Reese - everyone LOVES the alpaca. Alpaca, alpaca, alpaca. *sigh*

    jaz - WHAT?! Are you saying the publcist and male person WOULD LEAVE US AND GO AWAY SOMEWHERE?!

    Carolyn - it was the first time the publicist ever saw a long tailed sheep.

    Lin - reminds me of a rainbow picture the publicist took.

    BeadedTail - well, she is home now and says she is not going away again. I hope it's true.

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Maaaaaa away....

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