Sheba-A Marvelous Gift

thistlebloom

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Well, Sheba does have a pretty cute expression. Kind of like, 'I know this is against The Rules, but I'm an exception right?' Lol.

Our dogs are outdoor dogs, except for portions of the day in the winter, when I'm inside too. When indoors they know to stay on their beds. Wren is inside right now enjoying her position. Larka got too hot and asked to go out. Not too cold out today, 40ish but blustery.
I know what Jan is saying, I can't enjoy a meal either if the animals are waiting on feed. I'd much rather get them taken care of first and eat late so I can take my time and enjoy it.
 

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I think she's showing great restraint, lol! She's not in his lap or hanging her head over the chair. Dogs are sure smart enough to know what they can and can not get away with!
 

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Oh @Baymule , I didn't mean that you were eating first before the animals so they had to "wait" .... I meant it that the animals were not sitting there "begging" or making us feel guilty about eating in front of them making them wait..... just that if they were fed first, they had no legit reason to sit and beg because it wasn't like they were being "neglected".. I know that you take care of your animals.... I mean, really, they look so starved and under nourished and neglected...... :idunno :hide:idunno:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
 

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Today is a beautiful day. Sheba wants to be where she can see every thing!

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I have twin lambs, 2 1/2 months old. Weaned the ram lamb, so feeding him is not a problem, he’s by himself. I was creep feeding them, but as they grew, I had to move the slats wider to give them access. I have two smaller ewes that could squeeze their stupid selves just past their shoulders in the creep feeder. Of course they got stuck and I had to get the cordless drill to unscrew the slats to get them out. I closed it up. Poor little ewe lamb was hungry, couldn’t get a bite of feed from the greedy ewes and she bleated pitilessly. So I put her in a pen to feed her.

Sheba wanted in too! I sat in the hay, leaned up against the fence and petted the lamb. Sheba thought it an excellent opportunity to wallow all over me, lay on my legs, sniff the lamb and just be Sheba.

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