You might remember “May The Fourth Be With You” from last month. The guys at Edgar’s Mission sure do. That’s the day they first met Yoda, who is now a resident at EM. Read more about this wooly and wily Jedi Master here. A Smedley find.
Friends, in farms everywhere, a silent tragedy unfolds: baby goats born with legs too short to reach the ground. For the innocents burdened with this mysterious affliction, life is an everyday struggle. Moving from place to place, even the joyful act of leaping in the air, are impossible dreams. But there is hope. With research, we can bring them down to earth and into normal lives. Please send your contribution, no matter how large, to: The I’ll Believe Anything Foundation, Box 57, Cayman Islands.
Via the karma-finding Adam Rifkin.
money machine phenomenon has reached the farm. So Let It GOOOOOOAT!
I thought we’d settled this! Year Of The Sheep, right? Nope- not at Edgar’s Mission in Australia. Goat-City alllllll the way!
Jeffrey The Goatster chills out while his hoomin Robert digs him out from Snowmageddon 2015 earlier in the week.
Thanks to Susan M. and also Robert at the Guardians Of Rescue.
Not everyone is bummed out on Monday! “
Mountain Flower Snap the dairy goat looks quite happy,” says Susan M.
UPDATED! LIVE GOAT CAM!!!
Horse aficionados are familiar with the Shetland Pony, affectionately nicknamed the “Sheltie.” Less well-known, however, is the “Shelter” pony, which instinctively stands over smaller animals in snow and rain.
“That’s what friends are for,” says Redditor CityCaption.
[What did U say the sign sez?]
As seen on the Three Leaf Farm FB page.
Check out this
interesting quirky set of diagrams- they give you a clearer picture of exactly what is where on various adorabuhl creatures. Well, most of ’em are adorbs. Mebbe not the last two.
OK, definitely not the last two.