Ricky is almost 16 years old – which is very old for an outdoor cat. He is a retired mouse hunter. In his younger years he occasionally came home with battle scars, one of which gave him a permanent drool and a piece of his ear is missing. Freddie sometimes brings him his food now, to honor him. Ricky is every farm’s dream cat.
Freddie is 13 years old. He is probably the most mellow cat I have ever known. He befriended our first German Wirehair when he was bedridden with a tumor on his leg and they remained friends until death separated them. Our current German Wirehair loves him. Freddie worked out a trade – he lets the dog chew on him and the dog lets him eat some of his dog food. It works well for them.
Little Bear is 11 years old. This is not a recent picture, he is a little more gray now, but still just as cute and full of energy. I never thought I would own a little dog because they are yippy and nervous, but this guy breaks the mold. He is like a member of the family and we still fight over who gets to sleep with him at night.
Cooter is my husband’s hunting dog. He loves to hunt birds and although he sounds ferocious when he hears the UPS man or the propane delivery truck, he is a very loving and sweet dog. I don’t think he has a mean bone in his body.
This is my daughter’s beloved kitty, Bamboo. Twice in his 2 years of living here, he has gone off on adventures and we thought we lost him. He is SO sweet and so beautiful, that we thought for sure someone decided to keep him. Thankfully both times he also came back – mysteriously looking very fat and healthy. =) I guess we will never know… He has a permanent purr and is dearly loved.
We also have goats. If you want to meet them, visit our Nigerian Dwarf Goat website.
We plan to have chickens/chicks again this spring. We sold our previous flock to travel out of the country and I miss having them around!