First, is Sabrina. Every morning after her breakfast, she sits in the window and watches the activity in the back yard.
Here, she is having a conversation with Stewart about the "Nut Party" he had on the deck the night before.
This is Stewart. He's here every morning and sometimes in the afternoon. He and I have some delightful chats too as he likes to visit me when I'm on the back porch.
Next, Hannah is doing really well although she is shedding AGAIN! She loves to sit in the sunbeam every afternoon.
Hannah also made a friend the other week. This is Logan. He is the grandie of my friend, Jean. He's just the cutest and happiest wee pea!
I went to a cute little shop a while back and met Bonnie Lou. She stays in the yard and greets visitors. She even has her own little house.
Last weekend I was downtown and I made another new friend. Isn't he amazing? This Osprey was injured and now is part of a local rescue/rehabilitation center. There was also a Hawk with one eye. The folks from the center were there to educated the public and to get some donations to help support these amazing creatures.
This is one critter I didn't meet in person. I'm kinda glad about that even though I'm not scared of snakes unless they are poisonous. He left his skin on the sidewalk. ;)
Jennie from my local rabbit rescue stopped by on her way home from work to show me the new cuddle puddle. Aren't they adorable. They were about the size of my big finger.
Antje, my neighbor across the street, found this little one on her back porch. Her kitty girls brought her in, but didn't harm her at all. I helped Antje put this little baby back in a safe place in her yard. The mama bunny comes once a day, normally in the early evening, and will find the baby. Wild baby bunnies rarely, if ever, survive with humans especially little ones like this. They need the mother's milk and there isn't really anything we have that is comparable. This little girl was gone later that night, so we feel the mama came and got her. We were both very happy about that!
Finally, this is Dixie Duck. I can't remember if I already told you about her. She lives down the street from me and I stop to pet her on my walks. She comes right up to me and puts her head down for some love.
Well, there's my critter visits of late. Have a fun rest of your week! I will be heading to Charlotte, NC next Wednesday to teach a class and share my adventures down the rabbit hole with the Charlotte Quilters' Guild. I'm really looking forward to it!
Hugs to you,