Monday, December 15, 2014

Hanging out, waiting for supper

18 comments:

  1. I love these videos! I didn't know Johnny was such a scaredy cat.

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  2. Cats are so smart. I'd be afraid of those back legs too. He always has an escape route. We should all take a cue from the cat. Happy Holidays! Enjoy a safe one. BA SP

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  3. I've already watched this twice and I haven't even finished my first mug of coffee.Love it!

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  4. those donkeys are so funny and so full of curiosity... i can't believe how well JCC gets along now from when you first got him. i love the dragging the rake out of the bucket scene

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  5. Love this! Johnny seems to have gotten much bolder in venturing out around the herd! Loved George and Alan and the rake. ^_^

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  6. Very patient and just a tad bit mischievous!

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  7. This totally made my morning!

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  8. Johnny does such a good job of keeping a safe distance from the herd. And George in a playful mood. Love them. Need to go back and watch again.

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  9. Is this video representative of herd dynamics? If so, can we assume that when grumpiness ensues, George is the first victim? That Alan would eat a rake if his schedule is messed with? That Lucy takes it out on everyone but you and Hank? That Hank on the move terrifies Johnny C like no other? These and other burning questions......aunt Jean

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  10. Good soundtrack. The donkeys do a good job portraying hunger.

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  11. I like them queueing in front of the food door! and Johnny is surely part of it all

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  12. An American in Tokyo12/15/14, 4:58 PM

    George and Alan with the rake and cart!! They look like they are trying to play instruments and start a band!!
    You need to make a video with that!! ha ha!!

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  13. So tranquil!!
    Those lucky ones!!! What a wonderful family!

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  14. OMG that was SO fun!

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  15. Looks like George was trying to use the rake as a harmonica comb!
    Joyce S. DE

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  16. Great video; your animal buddies are so wonderful.

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  17. Late as usual, but Alan looks like he has a Moe haircut at 1:47
    Love this

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  18. Boy, that Johnny Cat seems to be in the middle of everything! Great video!

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