creative thinking ~ greener living
they look like little terriers!
Love Rylands - they are the archetypal childrens' toy. Also love Suffolks for their very black faces and their chubby shape - we don't see many round here.
They must be holding out for a treat! Cute from this end, though, too......
Woof! Are these one for wool or for eating? No no, I know just for being cute.
I love the fuffy sheep. I also like the word fluffy :-)[thanks for visiting]
I enlarged your photo and could see a fluffy profile! x
lettuce - they do a bit don't they...Weaver - they're both lovely for their different reasons aren't they?d.moll - the Rylands are always cute...Paul - they're bred mostly for their fleece, also can be eaten, at hte farm they're largely for lookign cute you're right, but sometimes some of them disappear and I've learnt not to ask where they go...Marina - yes i love the word fluffy too...this is my patch - i hadn't noticed that but yes there is a prfile, its a Suffolk though, you can tell by the black head...
Awwwwwww, soooooooo cute.Lambswool sweaters, anyone? I DO hope they are gentle with them, when they "gather" their wool.As far as eating them goes, I am half-Greek, and have certainly had lamb, but seeing these cuties would make it awfully hard to eat it, in future(I am "Flexatarian"--mostly ovo-lacto-veg, some seafood/fish)!Peace.(I found you through Selma in the city, had not visited you in a while. I missed you!)
They are gorgeous -I love sheep, I used to help out on a hill farm as a child.
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