There has been a
funny awful smell around here lately.
It gets worse as this guy walks up. Poor former bottle baby, he just wants scratches. However, DO NOT touch him.
Don’t let those big eyes suck you in. You cannot get that smell off your hands or clothes. Unfortunately, he’s not the only one.
This goof I have had to touch nearly every single day the last two weeks.
For some reason, he has decided that he needs to get his stuck in the fence. Every single day. I am probably going to have to do something to fix that.
Hopefully all the girls are breed soon and the smell can tone it’s self down. Oh, well. At least they are handsome.
I got home the other day and wandering around checking on everyone, so here is a few pictures of some of my loves.
I got a new hutch from Sister. It’s big. I can’t move it by myself. So it is currently in the middle of my driveway. But I wanted to clean up cages and sanitize so I moved a few buns to the driveway.
They were all hopping and jumping and having a ball. Jelly is making sure I don’t have any treats for her!
Bugs is never very active, but he was hopping around enjoying the space and beautiful day.
George is the reason I brought a few of them out. He runs laps in his cage, so I thought maybe he could use some exercise.
I brought the ‘branch’ from Mom’s house and gave it the boer goats as a treat. They loved it.
The horses are out grazing and the big girls and JD are thinking it is totally unfair I let the little goats have a treat and didn’t bring them one.
On such a beautiful day, I decided it was time for the new little girls to meet the other little girls.
They loved it! They have been bouncing and jumping and climbing all day!
They smelled all over and taste tested everything.
So many things to look at!
What a big girl playing and trying to keep up with everyone!
I think that they are going to get along very well!