Not to be Outdone by Jack

Jan
9

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Poky proves she can do the one ear up, one ear down trick, too!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 9, 2010  

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  1. 1-9
    1:25
    am

    ooooh! Just makes ya’ want to snuggle that face. What a cutie.

  2. 1-9
    2:05
    am

    They just want their fair share of the blog spotlight!!

  3. 1-9
    2:54
    am

    Looks like maybe she’s trying to keep on ear on the pen and one ear on the porch. :snoopy:

  4. 1-9
    7:37
    am

    Her fur looks nice and thick!

  5. 1-9
    7:42
    am

    uh, oh! Look out Clover, you are be upstaged by Poky! ha ha.

  6. 1-9
    8:31
    am

    This is so funny! Our stud donkey, Hawthorne, does this ALL THE TIME. He is the only one who turns his head sideways. It’s as if he knows we like him to do it, because then we laugh and pet him, and DH (of course not me)gives him a treat. Looks like he is coming in for a landing. I made a link to his picture as my website for today where he is doing this.

  7. 1-9
    10:09
    am

    :snowman: :woof: :snowman:
    What a sweet picture, and such a cute trick–are you sure he isnt using a cellphone to call you for cookies?

    JO

  8. 1-9
    11:45
    am

    What a face! She looks like a real sweetheart. I’m sure her cute pose was rewarded with a cookie…or something equally as good.

  9. 1-9
    2:44
    pm

    Keeping tabs on what’s happening everywhere! I think it shows what must be a very special talent. Poky, I can wiggle my ears, but you win because I can’t turn them different directions. You are just the sweetest!
    Valerie #7 I checked out your Hawthorne. You are right, he does look as if he is coming in for a landing. Cute.

  10. 1-9
    3:38
    pm

    Poky looks like she’s wearing one of those furry Russian hats! :)

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