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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by mdbucks, Jan 29, 2008.
I think there is some explaining that needs to be done
Its a Kanguirrel!!
Hmmm, hard to know at that age if it is going to be a sqooster or a sqhen.
Dang, how did he get out, your fence should be 12 feet high.
Now what will we do, that stuffs up our breeding program a bit, I guess we could cook him up like we do here and use his ^%&%&'s for coin pouches like they do here.
He looks like an eastern grey kangaroo, try and get a pic of a red roo, they are awesome creatures, much taller than these.
So what are we going to call him.????
now we just have to cross him with a silky bun!!!
sorry i just saw this post, a very good pic Muddy!
Bears an uncanny resemblance to my seventh grade Interpretive Lit teacher.
Quote:Its not a silkebun But this one might do.
Or we could always try crossing with my badgquin:
The way our environment is headed, I would'nt be surprised to see animals like that.
You people are crazy funny!
I dont see the roo connection, a wallaby and a squirrel perhaps.
Quote:KANGAROO.... in case you were wondering it is not real.
Bantymum is from Austrailia Thus the ROO reference, also in a previous thread she said she would get me one.(a Kanga roo that is)