Hari OMWhat a great spot and shot... though it is unfurgivable that you had to be incarcerated while the peeps played!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
love it!!!! and we love the photos you shared on FB what a wonderful adventure you had
Gosh, what a pity you did not get to chase those sheep. I have to say, I would not have guessed they were sheep. They look very different from the woolly farm animal types we see here in Scotland.Toodle pip!Bertie.
I would love to see those sheep in real life. wow... sorry about the prison sentence while they PLAYED
Wow! We don't have anything like those sheep around here. Just regular sheep.
How beautiful they are! It looks very dry there. Maybe they would like some of our rain.
Dearest Phod and Lee....indeed big bad traitors!!! Having personally met you two gawgeousK9s I would like to jump up on my soapbox and tell the world.....no Big horn sheep comes close to the awe and happiness your sweet faces give.SincerelyHiC...PS I'll keep a light on just in case you 2 want to come visit us next time the traitors leave.
Hmmmmmm….locked up in prison when there are big horned sheep to bark at and maybe chase. That doesn't sound far.
Wowsers, how fun to see such cool sheep!
OMD! how cool to see some big horn sheep!! hugsMabelPee esYour peeps are really nice but I would have loved to have met you two too!
Those are cool looking sheep. Too bad you were in prison while your pawrents were having so much fun.
OH yes, those are some BIG horned critters.We hope you two got the royal treatment when you got back home.Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
What a great capture!
Interesting. Did your peeps bring back some treats for you guys?
Oh! Oh! Oh! Big Horns! We have some around Midway. I marvelous have not seen them, but Cinnamon, Jo Jo and Kozmo have.And now for you Mom!You are the best!You are AMAZING!Happy Mother's Day!Purrs and LoveMarv and Mom
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