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By sharol, Jan 11, 2012 | |
  1. sharol
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    Greetings from the Little House Under the Prairie (in Kansas)
    My husband and I rennovated a 20 year old berm (underground, earth sheltered on 3 sides) house 5 years ago. This picture was taken about the time the work was finished.
    We have recently decided to add a small flock of chickens to our menagerie of 4 rescue dogs and a rescue cat. The chickens are on my other page.
    [​IMG] Bandit showed up at the home of a friend several years ago as a 3-4 month old kitten. She couldn't keep him, so I took him. He weighs in at about 13 lbs, but he looks much bigger because he is so fluffy. He clearly is the master of all he surveys.
    [​IMG] Lucky was rescued from a young man who really didn't have a good place to keep a dog. He is a Dachsund who can melt your heart with one of these looks. He also eats furniture occasionally.
    [​IMG] Charlie is a 13 year old Brittany/Shorthair pointer cross. He is a bit of a double rescue. I adopted his mother when he was only 2 weeks old, and then I had to rescue him from the person I placed him with when he was neglected at the age of about 8 months.
    [​IMG] Sunny was adopted from the local animal shelter when she was 8 months old. She was a chronic runaway from her previous family, but she has never made any moves to get very far away from me. She is 13.
    [​IMG]Kaydee is our newest adoption. At 12 lbs, she is the smallest of the crew, and she is the only one who is a threat to the chickens. Sigh. She is very sweet and came to us from an elderly owner who couldn't keep her groomed. She is Lucky's playmate.

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