QueenBAW

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  1. Updates and pics.

    LOL you don't have to tell me, ALL of Virginia has been hot and humid...add the all the rain and its been just miserable. D.C. is good for a day trip, visit the museums and what not, but that's it.
  2. Updates and pics.

    I want to know how D.C. goes....Im betting youre going to hate it lol.
  3. The Front Porch

    I think we could make it work.
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    Sorry I havent posted in a while. Been working a lot and loving my second job. We havent been doing much with the horses, it's been hot, humid, and/or raining. We all cant wait til fall. We did go watch an obstacle challenge and worked on a few obstacles at home though, hopefully hitting the next obstacle challenge. The girls have been wonderfully good and thank me all the time for everything.
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    How much bigger is it than a foal halter? Could it be sized down you think?
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    Well guys, it looks like Grandaddy B (my landlord) really did it!!!
  7. What is your horse's home like?

    Only the yearling minis play in the pond, the others wont go in. As good as it looks out there, its no place for a mini foal apparently. Baby Mojito, who is now Breyer, was bit pretty bad. Required a vet visit and some lancing and draining but he will be fine. We put him and his mom and the expecting donkey in the paddock with another mini gelding to keep them company. That lasted a couple days. They were begging to get outta there yesterday evening. Probably because they had eaten all the grass, and arent used to being on a diet, lol. So, my cowgirl and I were out late making shade in another grassy lot. Ill have to get a pic of it this evening.
  8. What is your horse's home like?

    Been meaning to reply to this for a while now. Mine live out mostly...lots of acres, lots of grass and a big pond. They DO have a barn which is basically a run in that they stand in to get out of the sun. Third pic is of the paddock. Basically its our holding area for anything that needs to be confined, vetted, etc. Im having the landlord replace my tarps with walls so there is shade.
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    Colt. The farm has decided it would be funny to stick with alcohol themed names...no idea why. Whatever. Margarita shouldve been Fuzzy Navel, lol.
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    Actually, its been so blessedly hot that Im not sure the girls even know he was born.
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    Introducing, 3 day old "Bug Gullys Mojito"
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    It wouldve worked out if it went to Animal Control too. Animal Control was going to send it to a bigger county shelter that has awesome adoption success. I think kitty wouldve definitely had a leg up on other kitties since I had her vetted too. Just happened to work out even better. The vet too thinks that someone put that kitty under that tree. Ugh. I told my landlord if I caught some a-hole dropping animals off at my place I was gonna shoot them. He agreed with me. He did laugh at me having found a dang kitty though. He still teases me about Bennie...but he loves her too.
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    Well, I did my good deed for the day. At 5am I went out with Bennie to pee. I heard a very loud meowing. Sounded like a kitten in my yard, but neither I nor the neighbor has cats. I put Bennie back inside and got my boots on and a flashlight. Followed the meowing to a big cedar tree between me and my neighbor where I found the littlest fluffy grey kitten crying its eyes out, alone. No other kittens, no momma, nothing. It started purring as soon as I touched it. Brought it inside where the dogs were too interested, Bennie was bouncing off the walls. I put the little fluff in my car where it would be safe and went back to sleep for a while. Got back up before it got warm outside and kitty was fast asleep in the car. Went to the store and got kitty some wet food and some Pedialyte, which it ate and drank right away. Its little eyes were goopy and by that time I was already halfway to the vets office. Had the little stinkers eyes cleaned and given an antibiotic, capstar for fleas, and a distemper shot. A kind lady there with her dog split the cost with me. It was the least I could do for the little thing. It really seemed to like me, but I couldn't keep it. The plan was to drive it over to the pound, animal control had already been notified by the vet that I was coming. Luckily animal control had a van coming from a larger county shelter to pick up a load of animals to take to their shelter for adoption. They have a much better adoption rate. The timing was pretty good. Just as I was getting ready to leave, a new vet tech came out from the back and nonchalantly said she had a friend looking for a little kitty. "Call her now" the receptionist and I said together lol. She called her friend and everything worked out. I handed over a purring kitty with the food and Pedialyte I had bought, the antibiotic for its eyes, and the vet receipt so her friend could have record of what kitty got done today.
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    Thats exactly what my landlord is threatening LOL! The only problem is that the truck only goes like 20mph lol