Thursday, October 16, 2014

The nightly routine

I'm on my way out to muzzle off. Would you care to join me? 

22 comments:

  1. Soooo endearing! And funny that they put their mouths straight down to eat!
    Now we want a vid. of you putting the muzzles ON. Are they as cooperative then?
    And Johnny and the rubber mats? He's just crazy. But in a good way.

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  2. Sweet, sweet, sweet kids, all of them.

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  3. Thanks for the video. It really shows your routine and how well your little friends know your routine. I'm surprised they weren't galloping.

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  4. That was so sweet. Great song too!

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  5. Lol @ muzzletoff! Great video. :)

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  6. Wonderful video. Thanks for sharing. I especially loved the eye shot at the end.

    Laurie

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  7. Love how the music matched them running towards you and the close-ups...miss those furry faces and warm velvet ears :-)

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  8. Love it! Johnny must be an assistant muzzle off supervisor!

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  9. Love Johnny Cash and I love your animals! Betsy

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  10. What a great video, love watching them in the queue up for mask removal.

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  11. So funny seeing JC do his curb-walking thing!
    That trek to the pasture felt so familiar, it's like I was right behind you... :-)
    Quite the wind in the first day's shot, huh?

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  12. so awesome - thank you for sharing!

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  13. Thanks for the walk along. Loved every moment of this video. Great way to start the morning.

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  14. I have a parent with early dementia. She is usually a bit sad and can't read or enjoy movies like she used to. She brightens up and smiles whenever I relay stories of "my friend who lives on a ranch in the middle of nowhere in New Mexico and her animals". This will be one that will make her smile. Thank you so much Carson

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  15. This made my Thursday morning. Loved the music. How obedient your donkeys are! Happy Thursday!

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  16. You can probably quit muzzling pretty soon, the fall grass is going dormant and not much nutrition in it. Plus if we have the hard winter all the 'experts' are predicting they may need a few extra pounds to stay warm! Good thing you have a cat supervisor, always helpful!

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  17. This was wonderful. Lucy: "Oh there you are; it's about time." George: "Me me me me me!!" Alan: "Momma, I wuv youuuuuu...." And JCC's body language says he really adores you too. He's so agile up and over that fence, I'm glad my cat's too lazy to make leaps like that onto the kitchen counters.

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  18. full minutes of sweetness! I love that the donkeys won't wait a second to start eating! and JCC, oh you little Prince, we love you

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  19. Lucy kept perfect time to Johnny Cash both days! (Did you give her a little hint what the music would be?)

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  20. You can almost hear them say "ahhhhh" when that clip comes undone!

    I think I've figured out JCC's doorway deviations! It might be all about making sure those door jam corners get rubbed, and his scent claim renewed...

    JS in DE

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  21. An American in Tokyo10/19/14, 6:00 PM

    Do the muzzles come off in any order? They all seem so well behaved!
    It's funny how they head straight down after you remove them! ha ha!

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