Look Over There, It’s Humphrey Bear!

HumphreyHis real name is Humphrey L. Lamb, and he’s currently a resident at Edgar’s Mission.

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His Mom died, and the good folks at EM are caring for him.

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You can read more about quiet little Humphrey here.

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Yep, A Little More To The Right..(BONK!)..Purrfect!

picdump-1174-30Bonking your Best Friend Little Buddy on the noggin when he’s got an itch! What’s a Best Friend for, after all. (DP&F.)

Head-Butting for Beginners

For the eager youngster, head-butting may appear simple, but mastery of this skill requires timing, cooperation, and awareness of basic principles of geometry…

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For example, it is important that the participants align themselves within a single two-dimensional space, lest they accidentally veer into a perpendicular “side butt.”

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It is also important to concentrate completely upon the maneuver, and not allow oneself to become distracted by other goings on.

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But with practice and teamwork, head-butting will become as easy as falling off a log (unless you happen to pick a log as your practice space).

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Via Martin Pettitt.

Textbook Frollicking

These lambs are rated MAX ADORB by C.O. Need proof? After they zoom back and forth for no apparent reason other than it’s fun- as if they need another reason- watch ‘em just blast off straight up in the air!

From Wendy M., who found it on Jezebel.

We’re Gettin’ Awfully Sleppy…

[This video runs 1:22 and I don't know if we can make eet or not.....]

T.O.

Dude, That’s A Bebeh LAMB You’re Scared Of!

You’re a GERMAN SHEPHERD. You grow up to be a police dog and stuff! Boy are the guys gonna give you the business when this gets out on YouTube. Wait. It already is.

T.O.

Flashback Friday

Keep up the great Flashback Friday submissions, peeps! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the memories!


“This is my Nana when she was around 16 or 17, in the late 1930s. This was taken while she was growing up in Germany and had to do an obligatory  “Landfrauenjahr” (year of land service). Usually girls were sent to work on a farm – hence the animals! She hated her year there, but found joy in looking after the animals. She survived WWII and emigrated to Canada, where I’m writing this from! I love your website – it makes me so happy inside!” -Britt.

Spring Fling

Thees weell make you so happy you weell theenk eet ees spreeng(-like)!

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Cutest Paw lambykins.
More sweet little dairy cows from Kimberly P.
Edgar’s Mission piggeh!

And What Do U Have To SAY For Yourself, Young Lady?

This Little McLambersons has something on her mind and she’d like to share it with you RIGHT NOW. (If that’s OK.)

From Arbroath.

Mom Taxi XIX: Traffic Lamb

[You guys make sure you're all buckled in! Looks like we're gonna be in this traffic for awhile. Get out your juice boxes and coloring books, OK?]

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“In the early spring shepherds drive huge flocks of livestock, herd sheep, mules, donkeys, and goats from the Pre-Alpine Hills to the Plains Of Lombardy, for grazing. The newborn lambs are carried in a custom made side saddle by the donkeys, and returned to their mothers at rest time.” Photo: Elspeth Kinneir, as seen here. From Susan M.

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