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Meeting Mr. Pibb

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These chickens had Mr. Pibb cornered in their hen house when we arrived. They were about to kill him! We rescued him! (Okay, I’m making this up. Well. This WAS where we met him. But I think he was scared of…. ME!)


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 4, 2010  

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  1. 1-4
    2:27
    am

    He will come to Love You as all your animals have!!!
    Won’t take long for them to discuss how cozy life on the farm is!!
    And the cookies!!!!
    ~~HUGS~~

  2. 1-4
    7:01
    am

    Mr. Pibb will have a wonderful life at your farm. Won’t take him long before he’s one of the crowd.

  3. 1-4
    7:25
    am

    That’s what the cookies are for! 8)

  4. 1-4
    9:58
    am

    He doesn’t look scared, not by you maybe of the chickens. They are like a gang, a chicken gang :chicken:

  5. 1-4
    10:04
    am

    A couple of those gingerbread men and he’ll warm right up!

  6. 1-4
    10:16
    am

    He may not know it yet, but he has arrived at goat Nirvana!

  7. 1-4
    12:15
    pm

    Awwww he is just so darn cute…and little! Looking forward to hearing all about him tomorrow. :hungry2:

  8. 1-4
    12:29
    pm

    If I were that small I would be afraid of everything. Well, at least very cautious. He’s cute hiding behind the chickens.

  9. 1-4
    12:34
    pm

    oh, this change he is about to experience may be traumatic for him, but I am assured that you will make it all better real soon. He must be so scared of his new surroundings but he will quickly make friends and realize he is HOME :heart:

  10. 1-4
    3:20
    pm

    :snowman: :woof: :snowman:
    Hubby said it is a good thing Mr. Pibb is not here, we would probably have him on the bed too!
    He is so tiny, and just so precious, I already love him!
    WELCOME HOME MR. PIBB!!

  11. 1-4
    8:00
    pm

    Awwwww.. how precious is that! So cute !

  12. 1-4
    11:42
    pm

    Looks like that rooster is saying, “Hands off our goat!” :chicken:

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