Sleeper Sofa

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BP makes a comfy cushion! Hen on her back, baby goat propped on her side.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 17, 2011  

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  1. 1-17
    5:02
    pm

    The Hen on her back is cute–the baby goat snuggled up to her–absolutely adorable!

  2. 1-17
    5:14
    pm

    Awesome! Glory Bee is out like a light, isn’t she? :cowsleep:

  3. 1-17
    5:15
    pm

    Aww, I love it!

  4. 1-17
    5:20
    pm

    Looks like they’re staking claims for seats during the Super Bowl.

  5. 1-17
    5:23
    pm

    You need a few of our cats to complete the picture. The yellow cats adore our dog and sprawl all over him when they get the chance.
    They would love BP; its their own personal heating pad.

  6. 1-17
    5:24
    pm

    That is just SO cute!

  7. 1-17
    5:24
    pm

    I’ll bet she’s nice and warm!!

  8. 1-17
    5:33
    pm

    Good foot warmer. That is definitely a “picture”; I’m glad you had a chance to snap it.

  9. 1-17
    5:37
    pm

    They seem to know where to go when it is nap time!

  10. 1-17
    5:41
    pm

    They ALL like custodial day!!!!

  11. 1-17
    5:51
    pm

    BP is such a sweetheart!

  12. 1-17
    5:58
    pm

    They just think BP is a great big comfy couch. I’ll be she is warm too. Cute pic :D

  13. 1-17
    6:03
    pm

    What a great mom to all she is!!! :)

  14. 1-17
    7:06
    pm

    Bula P is tops loves all her fur & feathered friends, everybody looks comfy.
    Ann

  15. 1-17
    7:13
    pm

    Dinosaur sofa…:)

  16. 1-17
    7:16
    pm

    If Beulah Petunia could talk I bet she would let you know how happy and contented she is on your farm. She got to keep her calf and the other farm animals like to snuggle in close. I’m sure it is a world away from the dairy farm she was at. BP is so lucky to have come to your farm.

  17. 1-17
    7:38
    pm

    unbelievable the joy of living with animals. this makes me think of the biblical prophecy- lion laying with the lamb. all God’s creatures at peace!!!!!!! i have mini dauchhsunds (sp?) that sleep on top of my mixed breed larger dog. it is great and i wish i know how to post a pic!!!!!

  18. 1-17
    7:52
    pm

    You have your own Peaceable Kingdom at Stringtown Rising Farm, at least when the dinosaur isn’t bellowing. It never fails to amaze me how different species can be so comfortable with each other – you’ve created a beautiful home. I wish humans could do as well! And GB isn’t even jealous of the others resting with her mama!!!

  19. 1-17
    8:12
    pm

    I’d say BP is pretty accomodating and a great heat generator what with all that fermentation going on in her rumen.

  20. 1-17
    10:27
    pm

    Oh I bet they are nice and warm there. They look cozy!

  21. 1-17
    11:17
    pm

    Looks like they all love each other and get along well. That is so precious! :purpleflower: :purpleflower: :purpleflower:

  22. 1-18
    6:30
    am

    What a precious photo.I love it. Hope its in next years calendar.

  23. 1-18
    6:43
    am

    awww how beautiful and peacefull :)

  24. 1-18
    7:13
    am

    Oh My!!! Love this picture and since the animal (goat?) on BP’s left side looks like a lion, this feels very “Peacable Kingdom”-ish.
    You are a blessing to your animals, Suzanne….and a blessing to me every morning when I join your own Peacable Kingdom before I do anything else.
    Thank you.

  25. 1-18
    8:28
    am

    How adorable that is. Suzanne I keep looking at the photo you took for the Happy Card post and I think you should enter that in a contest. It is so very cute, but then all of your work is behind the camera.

  26. 1-18
    9:45
    am

    And Glory Bee happy by mommy!

  27. 1-18
    11:44
    am

    This started my day off with a laugh! They all look so comfy and contented. It’s great the way your animals get along with one another so well; they must feel safe and secure.

  28. 1-18
    1:44
    pm

    this is just SO endearing!!Your critters are all so content.

  29. 1-18
    7:09
    pm

    I love this, My Sister told Me about it She knows I like to read,we live in the Rural area of Union co,TENNESSEE. Been here all of our life, But have lived all over due to my husband’s work we don’t travel anymore too old, We listen to http://www.wvsgradio.com on internet radio in WEST VA WE LOVE IT, Just wanted to tell you I love your page,Jean McCoy.

  30. 1-27
    3:05
    pm

    Since, you have a cow and a half…are they in a barn or do you let them run around wild…and what about the cowpies?….do you have to shovel them up…and what do you do with them?….I was thinking about getting a cow if I ever got my little ole farm….but, the prospect of milking her and then her pharting and plopping…I don’tknow…I guess you get used to it…..Gotta find some waders…..https://chickensintheroad.com/wp-includes/images/smilies/cowsleep.gif

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