Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Monday, October 18, 2010

Madi is Mad Monday

Listen up folks I have a tale to tell you.
I almost lost my Only furkid, Diva in Residence, Princess of the house status!!
Are you all as horrified as I was to hear this?

It is all to be blamed on that Blasted State Fair.
 Mom was ready to bring each and every one of these beast home with her.
OMC thank goodness they were driving Goldie mom's Honda CR-V which is too small.
 Mom had a particular fondness for the very handsome Mule and the baby donkey. 
Has she lost every single brain cell?

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28 comments:

  1. Good Morning Madi & Mom,

    C, I can see why you would fall in love with all of these lovely animals. The little donkey is just adorable. And the little goat kids are so sweet. They wouldn't take up a lot of space in a backyard..

    MOM! What are you thinking? Madi, we have to watch our moms every minute. If we are going to keep our status as only furkids we must be vigilant.

    Purrs and hugs,
    Cindi Lou and Mom

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  2. It's a good thing she was forced to come home to have a cooling off period before making some kind of impulsive decision. It must have been especially tempting to take home one of those sheep or goats who could read. At least going by the sign, "Sheep and goats enter here" I assume at least some of them can read English. That's pretty amazing.

    lotsa licks, Lola

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  3. Oh Madi, I feels your pain! Hehehehehe, I has to agree withs Lola bouts da reading thing. I wonders if them donkies can talk like da one in Shrek.

    Puddles

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  4. Nice pics of the fair Madi........should you be letting your mom out on her own?
    You know what they are like!
    You must maintain your position as sole diva come what may Madi.
    love
    martha and bailey xxx

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  5. Oh my, Madi! Good thing our momma didn't go, she probably would have strapped them to the roof of the car to bring them home. MOL

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  6. Oh Madi, you are so lucky Mom and Dad took Goldie!
    'Cause I can understand her getting excited about cute baby donkeys and kid goats!
    Your home would never be the same! MOL
    Chin scratches to you to calm you down!
    Hugs to Mom

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  7. Oh Madi........doesn't mom realize what goes
    in must come out. In your small yard........it wouldn't be pleasant.
    The Hutterites spread their turkey manure
    in a field by us the other day. The wind
    was blowing just right......

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  8. LOL at countryliving comment! Guess you sure got lucky though Madi!

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  9. Hi Madi! Firstly, I'm very much sorry that there wasn't a warning on my postie today. I TOLD mom to do that but I guess she forgot. We're gonna have a talk about this later.

    Secondly, I wouldn't worry too much. I bet your mom woulda returned the mule and donkey pretty darn fast. Can you imagine having to scoop THEIR litter boxes?

    Wiggles & Wags,
    Mayzie

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  10. rofl....omg Madi....your mom is just like I am. I love animoos...no matter what kind [well snakes not included] But I can see your point also, to be queen of the fur-throne has it good points!!!

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  11. Oh Madi!! I think mom has falling off her rocker!!
    One only needs one Diva per home!!

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  12. Oh Madi, I am giggling over the idea of you living with a donkey! Though Lucy over at Minna Kreb's blog is very nice!

    Your pal, Pip

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  13. Madi,

    There is only one Madi and you will always be the only Diva. I am sure dat after your momma gots home and saw you again she realized dis. :)

    WOofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

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  14. Poor Madi - that was a close call!!
    Ann
    :)))

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  15. Well, it would have given you one more creature to rule over. But, I do agree, cute as they are, they would be terribly messy in the house.

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  16. We got goats and donkeys across the street and it is a good thing too cuz our mom would want to have her own!

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  17. Madi, Years ago our Mommy wanted Llamas and she ALMOST got one! You need to step up your Diva Domination and get your Mom back firmly under paw.

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  18. That is a lot of animals! Great shots!

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  19. Mom's can get such kooky ideas at times!!!!!!!!!!
    We're thankful that you are still the Diva at your house, beautiful Madi.

    xxxxxxxxxx

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  20. You have the right cattitude - give her hell! ;)

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  21. Oh Madi
    There is only room for one Diva and that is YOU!

    purrin
    xoxox
    Abby

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  22. Hi, Madi!
    It would be interesting to have all of them at your house!
    Happy Monday!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  23. OMC, Madi!! What would you have done with those in your house??!?

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  24. What a fun day at the fair!!! Love the pictures!


    Madi--the fair comes and goes. You remain in our hearts forever.

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  25. Hi Madi,
    Mom has lost her marbles wanting to bring home a donkey and a mule!!! lol Can you imagine sharing your house with those big animals!!!
    Well, thank goodness she came to her senses!!!
    I fell last Friday in the back yard and I am so sore I can hardly move.
    Thanks for your visit!!!!!
    XXOO, Bambi & Fern

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  26. OH yah Madi, our moms always think that they are just "So" cute!! hehehe BUT...dont worry they will never be able to replace The Diva!! Impossible!!

    wags
    jazzi

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  27. Oh my goodness Madi! Has your mom gone off her ROCKER??!! LOL sometimes us humans just don't GET it, eh? Ah... sorry girl. I still love you. Meow. ;o)

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