The cooler weather has changed that. We've walked a few times in the last week and Sunday afternoon I decided to shoot a few pics.
This first picture is of goat #8. She broke her leg some time ago and Richard set it then made her a cast of dowel rods and white duct tape. She walks on it now and we're about to remove her cast. She is so sweet and cute. She loves to be hand fed. I pull grass and feed her through the fence.
The ducks are a mess!
Look at the feathers they leave everywhere.
The chickens are almost old enough to begin laying eggs. I can barely wait to start eating the first yard eggs.
This cat is only as big as a kitten. When he was first born, a wild tomcat tried to kill him. He was bitten on the back of his head and managed to survive. Six months later and he's tiny--hasn't really grown a bit--but just as cute as can be. His name is TeeTiger, here in Louisiana we've shortened the French word for small, petite, to just tee.
We've tried to catch TeeTiger, but he's just as wild as the male that tried to hurt him. Without the zoom, there's no way to get a photo. Isn't he the cutest, though? Any ideas on how we might catch him? I would love to tame him to be able to protect him.