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Ekka - Creatures great and small, but preferably furry 
10th-Aug-2010 05:39 pm
happy


Who knew a cow could double up
as a very comfortable warm and soft day bed
after an exhausting day of judging and demonstrations
to all us city cousins?




After a number of close encounters of the bovine kind,
cows have replaced canines as the ultimate drool machine in my mind.
But this one was just moist.
Mmmm... moist.




And what's a country fair without some dyed chickens?






And of course, pink.
Wonder if they hatched from pastel shaded Easter eggs. (^_~)




What's the easiest and suriest way to wake up a sleeping cat behind a glass door,
without touching anything?

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Blow into the door gap.
The smell of your lunch (or plaque) is sure to shock the feline awake.






Chinese Sharpei is wrinkly much?
I was tempted to pinch the folds of fur.
Comments 
10th-Aug-2010 11:35 am (UTC)
Of all the wrinkly dogs I think the Sharpei is the cutest <3

Dyed chickens are kinda cool and kinda scary lol! Perfect for Easter indeed!
10th-Aug-2010 12:26 pm (UTC)
They are, but I'm always too tempted to pinch their folds and flap them. It's contagious, I tell you!

I keep wondering how they do it: hang them by the legs to dip them in a vat of colour? Feed them so much food colouring, it comes through in their feathers? Spray paint them?
10th-Aug-2010 03:25 pm (UTC)
Actually I thought that was the whole point of their wrinkles! =O It's supposed to be velvety and therapeutic playing with their folds! (I learnt that from Tensai Shimura Dobutsuen HAHA OTL)

Give them a bath in super diluted food coloring? lol
11th-Aug-2010 01:23 am (UTC)
Depends on who you speak to. The wrinkles were supposedly a feature originally bred for fighting. There was a show recently, which showed this sharpei who needed surgery to remove the folds around its eyes, cuz it was blinding it.
10th-Aug-2010 12:48 pm (UTC)
A pillow of hamburger... I guess cows are warm and soft, but aren't they a bit smelly too? At least the ones I've dealt with on farms usually are.
11th-Aug-2010 01:26 am (UTC)
A pillow of hamburger

*LOL* And steak.

Surprisingly the creature itself doesn't smell. We pet so many and they smell no more than a dog or a cat. The smell is only when there are so many of them confined in a small space with limited airflow. Cows apparently fart a lot, so it gets very pong-y - as with humans.
11th-Aug-2010 01:55 am (UTC)
It also just occured to me that these cows probably get washed often where as my relatives on the farm probably don't give out many baths to the livestock.
11th-Aug-2010 02:06 pm (UTC)
How I miss Ekka!!
12th-Aug-2010 01:16 am (UTC)
Don't you have a similar country fair in the UK/Stuttgart?
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