My Gallary of Life

Ummm.................. Still being developed, but should one day have loads of pictures shoing the lighter side of Life.

Sooty trying to look cute after being caught in the act Sooty getting caught cleaning up some scraps and trying to look innocent
Marmalde, one of our other cats Marmalade, one of our other cats giving me a look which to the trained eye says:"I wonder just how much meat there is on a human".
Marmalde was quite a suprise when we got her as she was quite thin, it was also quite a suprise when within 2 weeks of getting her, she gave birth to 3 kittens(1 male, 2 female)
The tom cat went to a good home and the other two we kept.
The only surviving Kitten Blackie spends much of her day hunting around the farm, returning in the evening to act cute and sit on peoples laps
Sooty in her nature environment, ie. in the middle of someones bed Sooty and beds are rarly seperated, she has already mastered the art of entering the house via the upstairs windows, quite a sight
Sooty guarding the fridge (or sooty checking the coast is clear before trying to raid the fridge Sooty guarding the fridge (or sooty checking the coast is clear before trying to raid the fridge
My Brother at 2:00pm (Its very much daylight coming through those windows and yes it was still in bed at that time of the day) My Brother at 2:00pm (Its very much daylight coming through those windows and yes it was still in bed at that time of the day)
Those four chickens can be best described as eating machines Our 4 chickens, all are from a local chicken farm where they were saved from becoming Dog/Cat food 3-4 years ago along with 6 of their friends.
Those four creatures can eat anything from concentrated mustard to bricks, the only thing we have found they cannot eat is bananna peel.
On average they produce anything from 0 to 3 eggs per day, they will also swipe food from the cats including rodents.(I said they will eat anything)
More chicken pictures During the working-day the chickens have the run of a fence off area, overwise they are free to range as far as the like, usally they just wander down to the house to look for more food or head off to find somewhere to lay and sunbave