Ok so last week I was doing a little whining about how we went from 80 to 50s in a day... brr cold. Well This week is showing me what cold really is and me no like! Hubby and I have been working towards making sure all our animal are going to be ok the next few days. I am sure Hubby is rolling his eyes here with me saying that "we have been working" - Honestly "We" have been worrying, but he is executing the work. This part of Texas we very very rarely see days of below freezing with sleet, ice and snow. And with all our furry and feathered children this is a big big concern! Yesterday on our way home from getting a few more heat bulbs and cords we stopped at the front pasture to check on the men. Flavio and Patricio were out eating and headed toward us to say hello. But where was Diego and Miguel? Wait.. Miguel came out of their hut to say hi... he took about 10 steps, the wind blew and he turned right back around and went back into the hut. It was quite cute, but decided to drive around the pasture to make sure Diego was ok and was just hiding from the cold as well.
Yep they are fine. Just my sweet spoiled Texas Boys that really hate it being so darn cold!
I can't say I blame them... Hubby and I drove around the pasture - I wasn't going to get out and walk in that cold!
Love this photo I got of Juliet earlier in the week. She is such a love and so friendly she is a in your face kind of girl. I snapped this just as she was too close for the photo.
Just past the girls pen Sergio was wanting a close up as well... but for a different reason.
Now I have told you all many times that Sergio is my special orphan baby. His Momma died when he was only a week old. I became his Momma completely. I did feedings every 3-4 hours round the clock for months. We have a very special bond. And every time I am anywhere near his pen, I get that nose sticking out ready for kisses from Momma. Since he was a baby, kisses on the top of his nose is our thing. Despite being a little dirty looking in this photo his nose is like black velvet and he really loves when I rub on the sides of his face and kiss the top of his nose. I Love my Sergio.
This past week was suppose to be bath time for the dogs. Much needed but...
That food bowl is Chica's concern most all the time. ha.. Libbie and Autie eat and walk away no big deal. Chica will lay next to the bowl just in case she needs a bite to eat while resting. And when anyone comes to eat she will lay next to the bowl and make sure they don't eat more than they should and she has plenty for herself. You would think she would be the one we have the weight issues with, but nope she is our little skinny mini!