I don’t always bite your ankles but when I do you are carrying something heavy.
Disturbed a sleepy rabbit’s siesta one very hot summer afternoon
It won’t change into a pumpkin at midnight – I always feel sorry for the weary horse!
“Fluffy” 18 years old and counting … (88 in human years)
“Based on a survey of 10 reputable sites that discuss the average domestic cat, the numbers are more inconsistent, ranging from 10 to 20 years. The average domestic cat lifespan comes out to 15.1 years.” [http://www.catster.com/lifestyle/how-long-do-cats-live-cat-health-facts]
Cats never strike a pose that isn’t photogenic. ~ Lillian Jackson Braun
Spring in February …
“The North American species, better known as buffalo, has short, black, curved horns; a beard, shoulder hump, short tail; and long, shaggy, woolly hair on the shoulders, 4 legs, head and throat. Bulls attain adult size at 6-8 years; cows, at approximately 4 years.”
My midnight visitor was back last night – a huge white-tailed jackrabbit (prairie hare) that gambols in the snow and makes himself at home in my yard.
His latest tracks remind me of my own “path” – linear and predictable but every once in a while there is time out for a frolic or two.
“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.”
~ Soren Kierkegaard