11
May

Our Little Town of Montpelier…

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When the car breaks down, you can always count on “Old Paint”

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20
Apr

2017 West Garden is Blooming…

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12
May

Kisses from Ziggy

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Ziggy loves people and gives Scott a big smooch!

Ziggy loves people and gives Scott a big smooch!

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13
Apr

Momma and Baby Bunny

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New residents of RespiteFarm – in the wild.

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08
Feb

Missy – 1995-2016

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Missy

Missy

Our little Missy passed away today, February 8, 2016.

She lived a long life – 21 years.

I adopted her through CareCats.org in 2001.

Like a lot of cats in a new environment, she hid away for the first two weeks – under the bed, behind the washer and dryer and in any other safe nook she could squeeze into.

When she finally was brave enough to approach my hand and feel it petting her, she never looked back and became a very affectionate kitty.

Through the following years she acquired a host of nicknames brought about through her antics. “Flying Wallenda” for her ability to jump from object to object at any height; “Missy Masseuse” for the neck rubs she gave; “Nurse Nightingale” for her close cuddling when I or Laura was sick. There was also “Yoga Kitty” for the various poses she struck while grooming herself.

Along the way were “Craklin’ Rosie” for her broken purr, “Rubber Toes”, “Fuzzy Butt” and “Miss Pewee” for her passing of fragrant gas!

She was a gentle kitty and had never bitten anyone. She will be missed by all in her household, including Sammy, her “cat mate”.

Missy and her mouse, which is 15 years old.
Missy and her mouse, which is 15 years old. She would “capture” it in her mouth and meow loudly.

Classic Missy - Put down the camera and feed me.

Classic Missy – Put down the camera and feed me.

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15
Aug

Peaceful August Morning

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15
Jul

Mr. Bunny

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…seems to have moved into the neighborhood. We are seeing him more and more and he is fairly comfortable having us around. I must say, I’ve rather taken a shine to him and Bob has left carrots for him to munch.

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02
Jul

Gee Willikers – It’s an ELECTRIC fence!

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Resident Black Snake

Resident Black Snake

Yikes! Beside the fact that it is just plain creepy. How does a snake climb a fully charged electrical fence? Looks like he/she is our resident snake this year. Black Bert/Betty has been spotted twice in the last week. Harmless and better than a copper head.

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10
May

2015 Spring has Arrived – West Garden is Blooming

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2015 May West Garden

2015 May West Garden

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04
May

Task putting on his Camel Face

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Laura’s student Marissa has a wonderful Arabian, “Task”. He is full of character and keeps his stall nice and tidy.

Task at rest.

Task at rest.

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