SweetPea's daughter, Gabbi. She still gets a bottle of milk a day, I know, spoiled. SweetPea and Gabbi are pesty, lovable, drive-ya-crazy, can't-live-without-em pets.
The goat girls love to get on the deck and eat pumpkins.
I was trying to coax Franklin on the deck, he usually does whatever I want him to do, but he says we should all kick off our shoes and walk in the dirt.
Duffy hiding back there, and his 5 Wheaton Marans hens.
Cubby and Cahoot
Unfortunately have to end on a sad note. 4-month old TootleLu is not well. We set her on the deck this afternoon so she could move around some for her lungs.
She moves a little, and then lays down, and she was the one we called our acrobat. CoCo, her sister, looks on.
Gypsy, TootleLu, CoCo, and Franklin
TootleLu is somewhat paralyzed in the rear.
She can use her right leg a little but the left leg is dead. We are treating her for meningeal worm. And I'm drenching her with activated charcoal in case she ate something she wasn't supposed to.