So much catching up to do…



Looking up at his rescuer.

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A Florida sheriff's deputy hopped in a muddy pond and held a drowning bull's head above water until the ageing animal could be pulled to safety.

A Florida sheriff’s deputy hopped in a muddy pond and held a drowning bull’s head above water until the ageing animal could be pulled to safety.


What a great idea for a scrunchie!


Felinos-salvajes-inusuales- Desert cats.


A boy and his cow.



Art by Jill Wyatt Marshall)

Art by Jill Wyatt Marshall

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Maybe this photo isn’t as cute as the video… but this lady actually wrapped the horse she is hugging in Xmas paper. What I thought was hysterical were the horses behind her who kept picking at her outfit. So funny!

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I have no idea what kind of animal this is – probably from Australia – but it looks so happy!

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Look at this face!



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Another pic of this cute animal! Anyone know what it is?!


Can you find the dog/

I love this.


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3 comments have been posted...

  1. Dawn Stephens

    It’s a wombat – cute little devil. I wanted to tell you a few things – thank you for sending the wonderful bracelet with the horseshoe and arrows. I’ve worn it continuosly since it arrived! Also, thank you for including me and my family in your miraculous adventure with Mama Tess. I was devastated when you wrote of her passing but, having experienced it with my own herd, I know how they tell you it’s time to let them go. I felt as if I had lost one of my own. My heart aches for your loss but is uplifted in reading about how each of the other horses told you what they would like you to do with your free time. My animals do communicate with me as well, usually it’s the clearest when I’m in mourning over one of their passing. Since we run a rescue in Baja California, it’s a more frequent occurence than I’d like. We had one nasty stallion do a 180 and become our best behaved equine after a conversation he had with me after my beloved pinto gelding passed from colic. He asked me why no one loved him like that. I told him that we were frightened of him and if that he let us, we would be able to show him love just the same as Indigo, my pinto. That day was truly the first day of the rest of his new life.

    I wish we could have that connection at all times with our animals, but we have to let our defenses down and disengage our logical mind. When we do, it’s magical as you know

    Lots of love from my family to yours in this sad and difficult time.

    Dawn Stephens

  2. Deb Carlino

    I think the animal is a wombat. I saw the gift wrapping of the horse, totally engaging!

  3. Beth

    It’s a quokka. They are small marsupials found only on Rottnest Island which is a small island off the coast of Perth, Western Australia

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