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Thread: Moose came back!

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    Moose came back!

    Remember back a while I said a moose knocked on the door and asked if he could have a blanket..........well he came back and said he needed one for a friend that was smaller.

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    Too funny! By all means make him one up quick ...

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    Did he hold still for a pic?

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    Naw, he got his rack caught in the screen door~!!!!!!!!! (smiles)

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    Just too funny ~ Now what do you suppose he needed the second quilt for?
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    That would have scared me to death but then I am a city girl from So CA!! Hope you can replace your screen door when all this snow melts away.
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    I miss seeing moose. I now live in Ohio and there aren't any moose here.
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    lol too funny!!!
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    I thought you meant a real moose! I miss having them bed down in our front and back yard while we lived in Alaska.
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    We have a cow and yearling calf visit every couple days. The calf watched TV through the slider one day. Love being back in the Great State.

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    Could I send you a couple more that like to sleep in our yard?

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    but we have lots of deer
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    We have yard deer that stomp their feet if there are no potatoes to eat in the yard. I'd love to see more moose, we have one or two that walk through the area but I have not seen them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarleneC View Post
    Could I send you a couple more that like to sleep in our yard?
    The best I could send is an Alpaca. My son and his wife and 2 children live with us an she raise Alpacas, my husband has white face Herefords, my DIL also has different chickens, five goats (fainting, Nigerian, dwarf) a lop eared rabbit. Running wild we have deer, occasional moose, fox, turkeys, hawks that try to keep an eye on the animals, coyotes, bear that keep to themselves more than in Alaska. The rabbit is in a cage inside. When the weather gets rough we occasionally have to bring something in. A favorite smaller chicken was sounding like a kitten barely mewing so in she came in a cage and she got back to normal in the AM. Prefer to have chickens outside. The strangest one we had was a baby Alpaca that was born late in the fall and we couldn't keep him warm so we fixed an area in the living room that fenced him. We put waterproofing material on the floor and had to clean up daily. We used horse pellets to keep the moisture up. So it went on for two months. Not my idea of a house hold pet, but he was sweet. He liked to nibble on things if I didn't watch. He did not like to be petted. He would tolerate a touch or two but nothing. He liked to nibble my clothes.

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    Give each a blanket...It is cold this winter. I feel sorry for wild life this year. A lot will be lost I am sure...

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