Even our little boy piglet is laughing at me!
Why am I a sucker?
In case you've lost count, this is cat #6. He just showed up here in the barn on Saturday night. He's about six months old and was clearly dumped.
Healthy, affectionate and very much intact! Tomorrow morning I am taking him to the vet for neutering and vaccines. He has the biggest, er, cat-nuts I have ever seen.
Why is he doing a Hallowe'en cat impersonation here?
Tristan really enjoyed the sun and breeze on Sunday!
Emerson really isn't all that afraid of him, and Tristan is so slow now, he can't be bothered with chasing a cat!
So we are are now a six-cat family. Sigh... what are you gonna do? SIX. CATS!!! Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine this.
And today, my friend Steve came to visit the PIGLETS!
Here's Dahlia and Olivia! Three of them have names now. One pig has already found a great home, but won't be leaving until weaning time around eight weeks.
Here's Zydeco the Partridge Chantecler rooster, photobombing my pig trio shot!
Hmm, not sure if this is Dahlia or her brother!
Olivia going into a belly-rub induced trance.
Pesky brother pseudo-humping sister! For those who worried about the black piglet getting bugged in my video of the other day, worry not. He can give as good as he gets!
They love playing and wrestling!
Here's GERTRUDE SWINE! Aka Gertie. Aka "Little Miss Pink Nose." True to her piggy self, she loves rooting in the dirt!
How can you not love that face?
Charlotte, our five-year-old hen (matriarch of our entire bird flock!) hanging out with Dahlia.
Tomorrow I have to work on my bee hives so I'm really hoping it doesn't rain all day!