Cookie Monsters

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19

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These animals may look different, but look closer.
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They are all the same breed.
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The Eastern Domesticated Cookie Monster.
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General Appearance: The Eastern Domesticated Cookie Monster conveys the distinct impression of goofiness and unsurpassed greed combined with incredible overall cuteness. Their coats come in many colors and may contain markings of various kinds. They possess a keen intelligence and a kindly, while demanding, expression. Exhibiting a unique elegance of bearing and movement, their soundness and coordination show unmistakably the purpose for which they have been bred–consuming cookies.


Size, weight, coat, and general structure varies, while all come with flexible, quick-moving tongues, the better to eat cookies. The Eastern Domesticated Cookie Monster moves smoothly and elegantly, true and straight ahead, exhibiting both power and agility in pursuit of their cookies. The stride is well balanced with good reach and strong drive.
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The character and temperament are of utmost importance. In nature, the Eastern Domesticated Cookie Monster is confident, cunning, and affectionate. While territorial and protective of their own cookie when necessary, their general demeanor is one of sly composure, both patient and eager. They are strong willed, independent and somewhat reserved, yet attentive, fearless and loyal to the treats placed before them.
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And if you’re a chicken, well, just stay back when cookies are in play……



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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 19, 2009  

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  1. 6-19
    2:41
    am

    :lol: Love it!! :happyflower: yup, your very own cookie monsters!

  2. 6-19
    3:31
    am

    Couldn’t sleep – thinking about the stuff I have to pack for the move to Iowa – so thought I’d perk myself up by visiting you. As usual, you didn’t disappoint me – I love your cookie monsters and the description of their breed!!! Yep. With mouths wide open, they all look alike – and Annabelle looks so much at home with the goats. I see Pepsi has quickly learned to fight for her share, but will Pocahontas learn to get in there before she starves? She looks big next to the other C. Monsters, but really mini in the picture with Coco. As for the chickens, surely you can come up with a tiny chicken cookie?

    OK, I got my farm animal fix, talk to you tomorrow!
    :sheepjump: :chicken: :sheep: (you need goat and donkey icons!)

  3. 6-19
    3:36
    am

    Poor Pocahantas – she is just not as pushy as the other cookie monsters.

  4. 6-19
    3:55
    am

    I probably won’t see anything that cute the rest of the day. You have a wonderful herd of Eastern Domesticated Cookie Monsters. I like them so much more than the Big Blue Furry species – they have so much more personality!

  5. 6-19
    4:26
    am

    In one of the pics, I couldn’t help but notice Pocahontas’ new Mohawk do, but it was gone in the video.Am I seeing things? :bugeyed:

  6. 6-19
    4:34
    am

    It’s not new–that’s the way their manes are!

  7. 6-19
    4:36
    am

    That looks like a rewarding time! How can you hold the camera and feed your monsters at the same time?
    BTW- Loved the picture of Morgan in the river! She’s a beauty, that one !

  8. 6-19
    4:42
    am

    Ids it safe to say you spoil your fur covered farm kids?

  9. 6-19
    4:50
    am

    Loved the *crunch* at the end of the video.

  10. 6-19
    5:49
    am

    They’re eating animal crackers!! CANNIBALS!!

  11. 6-19
    6:01
    am

    What a great way to start my day. That final picture just cracked me up. Do you know how important you and your farm life have become to all of us out here in internet land!!!

  12. 6-19
    6:08
    am

    How funny! Delightful! Hope you get those animal crackers wholesale!!!!LOL

  13. 6-19
    6:32
    am

    Boy, they are SERIOUS about their cookies! I hope you counted your fingers after that, to make sure you still have 10! :lol:

  14. 6-19
    6:52
    am

    That video was hysterical! Hopefully Pocahontas will get faster at grabbing the coookies soon! Annabelle has to learn to get in there too.

  15. 6-19
    6:58
    am

    Go Pepsi GO!!

  16. 6-19
    6:58
    am

    Priceless! Gee, they’re not spoiled at all. :lol:

  17. 6-19
    7:50
    am

    That was one of the sweetest – funniest things I”ve ever seen……thanks for sharing it and making my day

  18. 6-19
    8:37
    am

    :sun2: Thanks for my farm fix! I needed that! So did Clover get extras? She might be eating for two afterall! :sun2:
    The longer they have to wait the more they look like :dancingmonster:

  19. 6-19
    8:46
    am

    Oh, how I love your farm life!!!! Can we send extra cookies for the Cookie Monsters? LOL Pepsi sure has learned to get the cookies. You are so good to your farm animals. :sun:

    Cece

  20. 6-19
    8:56
    am

    The goats need to learn some manners! And do those roosters ever stop crowing?

  21. 6-19
    9:08
    am

    Cute post, Suzanne!
    And I loved the video. Definitely have to be quicker than the average goat. LOL

  22. 6-19
    9:36
    am

    Great video! I think a Northwestern two-legged cousin of your cookie monsters has been raiding my cookie jar. ;)

  23. 6-19
    9:56
    am

    That really made my day – thank you!!!

  24. 6-19
    11:49
    am

    That’s the cutest thing I’ve seen in ages. Clover is just Miss Piggy about cookies isn’t she! I’m going to assume you buy cookies in bulk for this crowd.

  25. 6-19
    12:55
    pm

    Those goats are out of their minds! LOL

  26. 6-19
    1:47
    pm

    That video made my day!

  27. 6-19
    2:15
    pm

    Your Cookie Monsters are so cute!

  28. 6-19
    4:27
    pm

    I think this is my favorite post of yours ever. I love the “Domesticated Eastern Cookie Monsters”, they are so cute, and yet so demanding at the same time. Keep up the good work!

  29. 6-19
    5:23
    pm

    so cute! Y’all got a chicken that sounds kind of funky but cute! :chicken: :chicken:

  30. 6-19
    7:09
    pm

    OMG OMG….Did I see Pocahontas CHASING away Mean Rooster??? I think I did…yes I did. I LOVE IT. She may be your bodyguard eventually. LOL This is absolutely the cutest video I’ve seen in ages!

  31. 6-19
    7:43
    pm

    Boy, that’s hilarious, great description of Cookie Monsters! Love the video! The way they are going after those cookies makes me want cookies. They kind of remind me of Jurassic Park, cookie dinos trying to storm the electric fence in pursuit of their prey.

  32. 6-20
    9:22
    am

    Love the video! You have quite a herd of cookie monsters.

  33. 6-20
    12:33
    pm

    Love the video..the sounds are wonderful..

  34. 6-20
    4:26
    pm

    You win the “best video of the day award”!. What characters! Annabelle is still growing! It’s so great to see them all get along,
    and I just love Pocahontas. Thank you for explaining the DECM breed.

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