Lucky enough to have a horse.
This is why Rodney has lost weight that his senior self cannot spare. He spends ALL DAY in this corner staring at cows. He hates to miss a moment in the ongoing cow soap opera. What is the brown cow doing now? Will the black cow continue to eat from the hay roll? Stay tuned!
All of that is time he does not spend grazing. We give him as much hard feed as we dare at mealtimes. I put him up in the afternoon for a teatime hay snack. We are s-l-o-w-l-y packing the pounds back on.
Judging by his waistline, Milton seems to have a healthier relationship with the cow entertainment. He is able to balance his viewing habits with appropriate self-care.
Days of Our Cows
As the Cow Turns
Cows of Our Lives
Previous Cow Interference
“Rodney isn’t focusing at home because he is fascinated by the cows next door.”
[Rodney’s Holiday Rides]
“The third side (of the warm-up ring) was a cow field.”
[The Canadian Horse & The Red Queen Take Second]
“Then, the cows next door stampeded.”
[Milton Gets Hitched]
Thank you for reading,