Saturday is PhoBlog Day! Starbucksbunny, baby rhino, an elebra and nose glasses…






Today is Saturday which is fabulous PhoBlog day!

I have an assortment of photos today.  Not that many are horsey, but they are worthy nonetheless!

Here we go!

I cannot decide if this is cute or kinda freaky like a giraffe spider...Girder, Spiaffe?

I cannot resist Shetlands. I just love 'em!

This cracked me up!

This was cool. click to enlarge and then read the story... evidently, that tunnel under the freewy was just built so these elephants could join the others...

Elebra...

Remember this Welsh Cobb/Appy Sweetie? Well, he still needs a home. He is in Canada, coming 3 and should mature to 15'. And, he has an appy blanket on his hiney. He is a great rescue find!

Look at that face.

I cannot resist puppies.

Donkey or Mule Patootey. I cannot tell from this angle...

Another image I cannot resist... horse tongues

Cougar Hippo! Click on image to enlarge and read the story!

I know I've posted this before but I just love it!! One of my favs!

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February Drop in the Bucket Fund:  LEROY, THE WONDERPONY

He was found in a Home Depot parking lot with a huge leg wound. To learn all about the Bucket Fund and to donate towards the care of LeRoy, please click on the photo (photo credit, Trish Lowe)

Click for LeRoy!!



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Only one comment so far...

  1. Lizzie

    I just had to write you a comment and tell you how much I enjoy this blog. I started riding when I was six, started vaulting first, then competitive dressage when I was ten. I recently moved, away from college (I’m 24) and cannot afford to keep or ride a horse anymore. I have had off and on jobs working with horses, but in the LA area, they are few and far apart. I love living vicariously through your stories of your horses and giggling at the wittiness. The educational information is as interesting and I love it. I also love that you support rescue foundations. I myself, rescued an “unadoptable” dog and rehabbed him into being an outstanding doggy citizen.

    So thank you for posting this, and letting me read about your horses and the life I miss so much.

    Much love and good prayers,
    Lizzie

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