Think you'll be able to get some pictures of him on the trampoline and in the pool for next week?
poor thing, they've weaned it off its Mama and now he's all himself.
I think that calf would fit in the back of your vehicle.Maybe they wouldn't even notice it is gone. Poor thing, it is probably afraid because it has no herd mate. :(
And a very friendly calf at that!!
Me too...Yes please!
AWWWWWW how CUTE! It's a shame you don't have a cow in your barn...they are SO cute.... ;-)
Very sweet little calf in amidst all the flowers like that. I still think Id rather have a llama in my front yard tho. Im just sayin.
I did have two of those sweet faced calf's in my yard. Oh the stories I could tell. Their appearance can be deceiving!
Ohhhhhhh, how cute! I think you need one. I think I need one too, but my hubby thinks differently.
Would be darn cute in your front yard, especially if they'd stay small and adorable like this one.
SO with you there on that!Every once in a while I quietly remind my beloved that we really would be happiest if we had a cow... Of course, we'd have to have a place that had enough elbow room for a cow... but we're saving, pinching pennies, and hoping...I don't know - that little one is pretty dang cute. I love it when we visit my husband's cousin's dairy farm in OH. The calves are to die for!
I think this little calf would have loved to go to Target with you...
I suppose Pete and Reggie would like a pet cow...wouldn't they?
Does it do fancy dives into the pool? heh heh
Sweet! And a pool too! Awesome!
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