Cue The Sheepish Puns …

27 comments on “Cue The Sheepish Puns …

  1. jenanita01 says:

    That has to be the funniest thing I have seen all year!

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  2. quiall says:

    I guess that explains the rise and fall in the wool market!

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  3. Most animals will play; they just don’t get the chance. I’ve seen the best videos of a full-grown bull playing with a tire – its owner provides it, throws it back, rolls it.

    Bull version of soccer.

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    • Widdershins says:

      I’m not fond of animals doing ‘tricks’ for human ‘entertainment’, but when they decide to play like this it always brings a smile to my dial. : D

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      • Training is a way to get more attention from the human – it makes it more interesting for both, within limits.

        Also, animals are hierarchical – they like to know their place in the herd. Humans who don’t train, not even for the basics, are not doing their wild animals (won’t call them pets – neighbors never trained their pest dogs) any favors.

        In a real herd or pod or whatever, the animals would have occasional fights for position, but it isn’t constant. It saves a lot of energy not to, and is good for the survival of the group, and thus, the survival of the genes they have in common.

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  4. Olga Godim says:

    Oh, that was wonderful! And he girl’s laughter in the background is priceless.

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  5. acflory says:

    Now I’ve seen everything! 😀

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  6. Thank you! I needed this grin.

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  7. jeffhargett says:

    What a great way to spend the day

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  8. So funny. I love it when animals play. 🙂 A great find.

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  9. Now I understand why a friend posted a photo of a lamb painting over her head on Facebook the other day. Hahahahahaha.

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