Uprooted Magnolia

Sunsets and Bunnies

Posted in Photography by leahyetter on May 17, 2016

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I was just thinking that you hadn’t heard from Collins in a while. How have you been getting through your days without an update?! 😉
She’s my wild child outdoor kitty who loves to be loved. She enjoys long walks from the house to the hay bales to chase mice and grasshoppers. She loves rolling in the dirt and chasing me with her back hunched and her tail twice it’s size. I call her Halloween Cat when she does that. But here she is in a rare quiet and reflective moment admiring a gorgeous Wyoming sunset while watching bunnies hop across the yard, another favorite past time.
Phew! I know you need that, sorry it took me so long. Now you can carry on with your day. xoxo


 

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Our Daily Greeter

Posted in Matilda by leahyetter on June 28, 2010

Where the heck have you been mom? Worried sick over here.

Oh what was that? I thought I saw a bunny.

Stop taking my picture and come in please. You should see my food bowl.

Food mom, right meow!

Matilda Badilda:

Posted in Matilda by leahyetter on April 10, 2010

Matilda Badilda:

At the request of a few of Matilda’s closest friends, here is a post to let you in on a day in her life on the ranch.

She starts her day by watching the sunrise out of the bedroom window.

She likes to wake me up about this time to watch it with her. Patrick is already up and out the door feeding cows and horses.

After breakfast she enjoys looking out of the living room window.

She's always good about working the camera for her mumsy.

Then she has to check out whats happening outside of the bedroom window.

Next, it's nap time in her papazon chair. It's her favorite.

Still napping a couple hours later.

Bunnies are usually hopping through the yard. All she can do is wave hello.

She also enjoys the occasional sun bath.

I know I’ve shared that shot before but I love it, and it’s almost an every day thing.

She caught a mouse the other night and played with it for a while. She woke us up at 3am and we’d had enough of the running and jumping. Patrick had to end it and ‘Tilda was bummed out. She enjoys the chase and would have killed it eventually but we just couldn’t wait any longer. She forgot about it after a while and finally settled down. Now she crouches and hunts a lot more often than when we first got here.