Saturday, July 28, 2007

Photo Hunters ~ Creative

~ If you're short of trouble, get a goat ~

This week's Photo Hunt is Creative. Again, I had no photo as I've been a little busy helping transport some great dogs to a rescue group in Ohio.

I brought one of them here so I could take a turtle found on the highway to a place on my property where I release them. It's way back behind Bob (brown/white) and Patrick in the woods where there is nothing to harm them. I took this when they saw the pup.

Thought this might be creative. My Boyz don't like to eat off the ground, so I wired a shelf to the fence to keep the hay dry and off the ground. A bit tacky, but it works for them!
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29 comments:

  1. what a great shot. Happy Saturday.

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  2. That’s real creative way of keeping the hays dry. Hmmm...how could you have found a turtle on the highway? You meant a tortoise right? Happy Weekend! http://crizlai.blogspot.com/2007/07/photo-hunters-creative.html

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  3. works for me!great choice!

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  4. Creative way for the pets to get their hay.

    have a great weekend! :)

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  5. now that's really creative :P

    happy photo hunting ;)

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  6. Got to be creative sometimes to keep the furkids happy!

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  7. If there had been no fence, would your goats have gone after the dog? (I know nothing about these things). They look SO serious there about the dog. They are so pretty.

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  8. Hi meeyauw:
    No the goats would not hurt a dog. You can read HERE why they were alarmed when they saw the pup.
    It was a pretty bad time for Patrick especially.
    ~ Bobbie

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  9. As long as it works, who cares how it looks? It's very creative!

    Thank you for your kind words for our Dorfie. He's a little champ.

    Luf, Us

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  10. Thanks for your visit and kind comment.

    Your blog is great - love all the cats.

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  11. Great idea! And it is pretty creative. Your boys are cute. Thanks for sharing and have great weekend.

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  12. Thanks for coming by. I love the goats....wonder if you eat them?? I like your blog..I'll be back.

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  13. you're creative enough to protect and take care of them! Happy Sunday! :)

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  14. We wouldn't want to eat off the ground either and it's a pretty creative way to keep their food off it! You are so kind to take care of all those animals and help so many more.
    Your Fl furiends,

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  15. Oooo... the goats looked well-fed and relaxed. haha....

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  16. i am so very impressed by your love for animals...yr work for them, your concern and care.

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  17. That is a creative solution! You are such a kind, generous person to help out with the dog rescue!

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  18. This IS creative. You are a problem solver for sure!
    That closet made stuff is very handy!

    Not tacky :-)


    *hi Bob*
    *hello Patrick*


    Purrs Princess

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  19. Of course Bob and Patrick do not eat off the ground! They are Good Goats and they know better than that. I like a goat with good manners.

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  20. that's a "creative" solution!

    i love the quote at the top! :o)

    thanks for stopping by!

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  21. We have lotsa turtles in our pond. They go out on the road and get runned ofur. Momma says people stop and pick them up and help them. She says it is so sad when one gets all mushed up.

    Patches

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  22. Good idea and it keeps their food clean and dry. Thanks for dropping by the Poor Mouth!

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  23. They are pretty interested in this new intruder, even if he was just passing through.
    I like this different take on the theme: practical creativity. Excellent.

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  24. Creative AND important. my goats dont like to eat off the ground either....

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  25. Great idea! Thanks for helping the woofies!

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  26. A creative take on a creative theme! I love goats. Had one as a pet when I was a child. They have such sweet faces.

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  27. You sure do love animals! I can't believe it when I saw all those thumbnails of the cats and dogs who've lived with you before. I've cared for a Golden Retriever before so I know how much patience and effort it takes to care for them. Mine was just one, but yours is ... SO MANY!

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  28. Not tacky at all...pretty dang creative!

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