OWLS CAN BE FIERCE! But these were just too cute…

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012 | Filed under Musings

What do owls have to do with horses?

Not much… except owls often live in barns and horses also live in barns.

And, owls do eat rodents who tend to live in hay which is destined for the horses.

So, in a Kevin Bacon kind of way, owls and horses are related.


I was browsing MSNBC for animal photos and found this article.

It reminds me of the book I read and gave away (and the name I cannot remember) but it was about a woman who rescues a baby owl and the owl takes over her life.  *A reader just told me the name of the book!  It is Wesley the Owl by Stacey O’ Brien
The Remarkable Love Story of an Owl and His Girl.  Read it if you can!

The book was something like, “Good Owl Blahblah”.  If you know the book, let me know because it deserves a better intro than that.  The book was a great read!

Anyway, these pics were too cute to not send to you on this Thursday!












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5 comments have been posted...

  1. Leslie

    Oh, so adorable…….LOVE the owls……all kinds……especially the ones that “hoot” outside my window!!!

  2. nancy

    I hate to say that two of my three “dogs of my life” including the puppy, would have eaten the babies. Max, my Newfie, had a soft mouth, but Lili did not and I don’t think MacGowan has one either. Adorable.

    Oregon is talking about exterminating barred owls to save spotted owls. I’m not sure what I think about that …as long as it is not a result of what WE do, perhaps nature should take its course.

    When my Dad and I were in the backcountry hunting, (no, we don’t do it anymore) we saw a spotted owl. They ARE beautiful.

  3. Ivonne

    The book is called “Wesley the Owl” and is ab-so-lu-te-ly fabulous!!!!

  4. Arliss

    Love them! Irresistibly cute. And even more hilarious as a matched pair than each would be alone. Love the pic with the dog especially.

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