I think we all need to just take a little pause today and enjoy some animal pictures. It always makes me feel better and I bet some of these will bring a smile to your face.
I have shared about the wonderful Shadowbrook Farm several times on the blog and almost always post a few pictures on Facebook when I visit. I go at least weekly to drop off kitchen scraps and spend some time petting some noses and scratching some heads. I can never get enough and I am so grateful to Mary Ann and Bill for allowing folks like me to pop by and love on the critters a little bit.
Check out the “slippers” on this chicken.
Stony is a definite hog when it comes to carrots and apples. He nudges everyone else out of the way and dominates so he ended up with the majority of the treats on the last visit.
“Excuse me….I seem to be in need of a little grooming. I have something on my face…”
Of course no visit is complete without spending time with the guinea pigs. I always feel so popular when I visit them –they all come out from the nooks and crannies to feast on whatever I bring. This visit I had a bunch of baby cucumbers and peppers to share that were a bit on the too ripe side but they didn’t care one bit.
And this guy knows he is safe this month so he is happily strutting around.
Hope you enjoyed the farm today. What’s on your agenda for Monday? Tell me all about it in the comments and Comment for a Cause for Emergency Covid -19 Combat Service.
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These made me smile big. I love nature. I love animals. And I love that you share these photos. Wish we had a place like this around here.
Happy Monday!! I’ve looked through the photos twice so far. The goat!! Thanks Beth Ann!
They are all so adorable. The goat reinforces all my ideas of goats being crazy…and the noses, oh the noses…and the lovely guinea pigs. If I lived near I’d be there every week too.
I would love to visit!
Thanks for these wonderful animal pictures.Made my day!
Just what I needed to start my Monday. Yesterday I spent time with the grandkids. That included looking through and reading an animal book with buttons to push for the sounds they make. Such fun. The book. But even more, the time with Isabelle and Isaac.
Thanks for the smiles today! Definitely need those great photos of the sweet animals.
What fun looking at all the animals. I can tell they enjoy your visits as much as you do, Beth Ann.