Friday, May 29, 2015

CAMERA CRITTERS AND SATURDAY'S CRITTERS

I have my niece to thank for these lovely photos and she gave me permission to use them on my blog.


She and her husband inherited some sheep when they moved to their new home, some time ago now.  The previous owners have a small herd but the place they moved to did not have as much land to be able to take care of all of them.  She asked if they would be willing to let a few stay.   



They happily said yes.



At the top of their property there are another two neighbors who gave their permission for this lady to use part of their land, so the sheep live quite comfortably in quite a large area.  



They have their own 'house' and a fresh stream that courses through the property.  It is a very happy existance, especially as my niece and her husband visit them often, and supply them with lots of tasty hay during the wintertime.  They have become quite fond of them and now consider them their pets, each already having their own names.  They are loved and well taken care of.  



Recently my niece's husband, with the help of his father, sheered the sheep and their new haircut is just in time for the much warmer months.  



One of them had an opinion about his haircut but they were smiling afterwards, and not quite as hot!



Those horns are really something aren't they?




I am sharing with the following and I would like to thank Misty and Eileen for two very enjoyable memes.  

You can see other participants by visiting their links.

Misty at Camera Critters 
Eileen at Saturday Critters

15 comments:

  1. oh, that's awesome that it is a happy relationship all the way around!

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  2. cute sheep, love your dialogue bubbles.........

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  3. Those are very impressive looking horns. I wonder if they fall off at certain times of the year. I guess they're just for display. They don't look like they could do much damage. Maybe?

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  4. Those are very impressive looking horns. I wonder if they fall off at certain times of the year. I guess they're just for display. They don't look like they could do much damage. Maybe?

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  5. Awwwww....they are adorable! :)

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  6. Wow. Those horns are impressive - and look nearly as heavy as the fleece.

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  7. They look happy, even after the haircut!

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  8. they are amazing. and i would buy the property just to get the sheep.. what a great deal... this post made me fell happy

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  9. Cute pets! I enjoyed your captions on a couple,of the photos.

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  10. Ah yes, we cannot forget their treats, I mean really, it's what we live for! Cute photos, thanks, and thank you sweet niece.

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  11. Wow, those horns really are something !

    All the best Jan

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  12. Beautiful animals! They have impressive horns.

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