My little princess, Ava, doesn’t enjoy summer. She is happiest squirreled into her stall with a hay net and fan.
I threw Ava outside after her dinner so she’d go be a horse for a few hours.
She kept an ear cocked, listening for me to come out and “save” her. Obviously her human had made some kind of mistake and would rectify it immediately.
I forgot my phone on the back deck. I had to crawl across the deck on my hands and knee’s to retrieve the phone, because if Ava see’s me she runs to her paddock gate, refuses to leave it, and will whinny until I let her in.
Ava heard me open the back door. She ran to her paddock gate, whinnied, then stood there seeming confused when she couldn’t see me.
I crawled back inside…
At 9pm I snuck out to the pasture without being seen. I hollered out ‘Ava!! You can come back in now!”
Ava whips her head up, and lets out a continual bellowing whinny as she galloped up to the paddock gate.
Today, the little monster (Ava still) decided she needed more hay, and began her systematic kicking of the stall wall to voice her displeasure.
“It’s second lunchies, bitch” BAM!!
I snuck out to the barn hoping to catch her in the act, but right before I get to the barn Joy lets out a big “Hey, what’cha doing?!” whinny.
I hid behind the wall of the barn hoping they’d both think they were mistaken and go back to what they were doing.
They both pressed their heads hard against the bars, trying to eye ball me as I snuck looks around the corner.
Ava’s new trick is to shove whatever itches in my face. Shoulder itches? Shove it into the human. Belly? Yup, human can access it better from the ground.
The cat’s have become complacent around Ava lately. They should know better, but they are arrogant cats. Yesterday I let Ava out and one of the cats decided to make friends with Ava. It should’ve been one of those cutsey moments.. Instead, Ava’s ears go back and demon monster horse lunges with teeth and hooves flying toward the cat. The hoof missed by skant inches. Cat goes fleeing for her life. Ava promptly turns toward me with a “Hehehe.. Did you see that cat run!” look. Like she expected me to get a good laugh out of it.
Ok, I admit, once I knew the cat was fine, it was kind of funny.
The old lady