“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”

Masanobu Fukuoka, The One-Straw Revolution

Kitten Play

Yesterday was a day for slogging through the ice and snow and slush.
It had rained through the night and continued on through the day.

It's best that my camera stays indoors on days such as that.
We don't want another camera-tastrophie in the same year.
This means cell phone photos are what we are left with.

Most everyone (except the horses, of course)
remained in their shelters during the rain... anti-climactic stuff for a blog post.
Luckily, the kitties were obliging and were up to their usual antics.
They've grown so much... I bet they are three times the size they were when they came
to the farm.

They now have their entire large stall to run and play 24/7.
Their crate is available with soft bed and heat lamp whenever they choose to go in.
Now that they are bigger, nap times are less frequent
and playtime is anytime!

I often hear them mewing from across the stall aisle, as I clean
the manure from the stalls that are open for horses to wander in and out.
The kitties have all found their voices and are sometimes quite talkative
(but only to each other.)

They've discovered that the garden cart which is parked in their stall
is a great place to play hide and seek,
and all manner of kitty games.


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