Type: Posts; User: oliverreed
part time landscape gardener/master gardener.
Well, since it seems we have a coyote in the area, are my former plans to rent a couple of goats over the summer to clear up a lot of brush doomed?
Yes, foxes will eat kitty cats. That's why (along with coyotes, bobcats, and possibly a fisher) mine are all indoor cats now.
Claims attorney for a small insurance company - disability income policies. Love my job, much better than being in private practice was!
Good to hear!
Rubygirl, an update please???
OMG!! A Tom Lehrer fan!! Be still my heart!!!
Beowulf, definitely more similar to the second picture. Not at all like the first.
My gorgeous shaded silver persian cat, Oliver.
I was hoping someone would say that!
Allegedly they are very common in Massachusetts - every single community excerpt out on the islands has them.
That does it - it was a coyote. Thanks, Equibrit!
Haha, Wildlifer! Just wierd. could have been a dog, I guess, but it really looked like a seriously oversized, yellow, fox.
What could it be? It came through my yard around 8:15 this morning, had to be about 40 pounds, looked like a fox but yellow, very long legs, brushy tail with a white tuft at the end.
Stay AWAY from my pizza!!!!
most tack shops have blanket cleaning services. I take my heavy blankets in and have them re-waterproofed as well as cleaned.
Thanks everybody and 2tempe, yes, nearby hair seems oily, no odor though. I have never had an experience with something like this. Looks like he has been licking it a lot. Can't imagine what he...
Get a copy of The Gift of Fear (google it) and give it to her. Seriously. I believe the author is Gavin DeBecker.
It's on HuffPost as well - can't tell if it is the insurgents or someone wanting to discredit them.
Oh, I know. It's SO hard. Hang in there. You love him and he loves you.
Oh, SO sorry Alagirl. You did everything you could and the rose bush sure is nice.
At the barn where I got my horse, there are a LOT of horses whose owners aren't around except for show season. The trainers exercise their horses regularly, they are all very well taken care of. ...
No, not warm, no lump or bump that I can feel. How does a kitty go about getting ringworm? What is ringworm? Soundsshorrible . . . .
question, threedogpack: why lbother to eave the dog in quarantine if they were going to euth it for biting the deputy? To wait for signs of rabies?