Saturday, July 29, 2006

Saturday Report

First, fanks fur supportin us in the Blogs of Summer contest. We didn't win, but we had fun bein a part of it. Kat's Cat of the Day won by a landslide and Tigger from Pets Garden was a gracious host for the votin.

It was REALLY hot outside today, so my people grabbed the clicky boxes and went out in the green rolling monster. They could have stayed here keeping us cool, but they didn't, so I don't want to hear any complaints from them. It's still hot, efun tho it's dark out... see? 9 clocks an 85 degrees.



I found sum furry strange fotos on the puter after they returned. Maybe you can help me asplain them.

Donkeys
Is that sum kinda tall woofie?

Group Photo
This is furry confusin. There's lotsa really fluffy woofie-lookin fings, a pretty white aminal, an then... is that a BIRD? It's as big as the pretty thingy. Or are all the not-bird things really small?

A Two-Headed Llama?!
This one doesn't know if it's comin or goin. Weird creature.

Longhorns
Okay, fanks to my furiend Zeus, I know what these fings are. They're Texas Longhorns, but wif no legs. Did my people go to Texas today?

18 comments:

  1. Very, very strange collection of animals you have there. How did they all get in the same place? The first picture is horsies and the last picture are longhorns. The inbetween pictures, I have no idea.

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  2. looks like those things like grass, so they wouldn't hang out where we live. alls we've got on the ground is hard gray stuff. what we're wonderin is why your people would go out takin pictures of weird aminals when they coulda stayed home an taked cute pictures of you

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  3. Hmm, that's really odd because the cows with the really long horns live here, and I never saw any anywhere I went on my travels so maybe your human pets really did come to Texas after all! Amazing!

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  4. lambies!

    You gots pictures of lambies. Their fur is called wool, and it makes nice blankies and sweaters, and it doesnt hurt the lambies when they take their coats off. They just grow new ones.

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  5. There is a farm down the road from us that has yaks! There are really funny looking, at least that is what momma says. Because I can never even sneak outside, I have no idea.

    Pataches

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  6. Zeus tooked an airplain to gets here, an the beans only took the green monster, so I don't fink they went to Texas. As for Lambies? My beans are called Lambs, so maybe they is cousins. Those first horsies haf reely long ear thingys. My bean go strange places.

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  7. Cool pictures, guys. I think the horsey with the long ears, might actually be a donkey....Your "beans" go some neat places.

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  8. Mum has been on farms, you have donkeys, sheep, a shetland pony, llama's and longhorns. Mum says there are places that just keep all sorts of animals around for beans to come and look at.

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  9. Derby, are you SURE about llamas? That a furry strange name. An what bout the weird big bird? Mom called it ozstretch or maybe mew.

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  10. No, mum has not been to this place, but other farms like it. Yes, llama is funny, they come from way South America.

    I am not sure of the birdie? Ostrich has furry long legs, this doesn't. So not sure about the birdie.

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  11. I don't know bro but we finks you should STAY AWAY from those strange lookin fings -- Yamas and ostritches and such and big mooies wif horns. What's this werld comin' too?

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  12. I agree with Beau....anything that weird looking should be avoided.

    It seems to be hot everywhere except inside my house. This isn't fair. I want to be warm but the humans insist on keeping it like an icebox in here. Bah.

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  13. Oh they are all furry strange. I asked Momma about it and she said I wasn't likely to see any of those things around our house as it's too close to other houses. I think I am glad about that except maybe the furry llamas.

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  14. That's a furry furry weird critter wif one head goin one way and anofur going the ofur way. They's all kinda strange. Where did your beans go???

    ~~ Sanjee

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  15. The boy told me they went to a picknick an train ride. I fink they were on the train to see the strange aminals.

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  16. We were gonna ask if they saw a watusi bull but then we looked at a picture and we are betting that those "longhorns" are really Watusis. We'd stay away from those horns whatever they are!

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  17. Wha-whosi? The web site says they haf bof. "Ducks, geese, llamas, peacocks, sheep, swan, emus, long horn, a watusi bull, and even zebra." Why not just stay home an admire the cat? Ok, bof cats, but specially me.

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  18. VT & Bonnie --- Those Texas Longhorns look like the vishus cat-eeting deer that live in the forest by my howse. They use the horns to speer cats so that the cats don't moov arownd win they eet them. Yer peeple wint to a very terrifying place!

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