Thursday, October 27, 2011

The Making Of A Spoiled Brat!

Only one of the two baby geese have survived..He/she have four adult geese looking after and spoiling it silly.
He Who Bites is teaching his baby all about being mean and nasty in order to stay at the top of the pecking order on the yard...





..except for one little thing..there is another spoiled brat lurking about who KNOWS she is right there at the top...and no-one is toppling her of the podium!!





Everyone on the farm knows you don't let the geese waddle past your behind without keeping a wary eye out! 
He Who Bites is teaching his baby it is better to quickly move past Minki in a non threatening way!

Yep..harass all the humans and other animals dearie,but not this she devil....

She pulls out ones tail feathers!

She is sooo mean.


15 comments:

  1. Love this post....That goose even looks mean:)

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  2. He Who Bites is a very smart goose.

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  3. I do believe that goose would inspire me to run a wee bit faster!

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  4. that gosling is adorable! minki too, of course. :)

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  5. Minki knows what it takes to stay on the top of the pecking order :).

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  6. What a cutie! I'd spoil that baby rotten too.

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  7. You are a delight!! I love how all geese make great parents. Can't say the same for chickens or ducks. Great photos!

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  8. I certainly think I need a couple of geese here on the farmette!

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  9. LOL so cute...well, you gotta do what you gotta do to survive! ;D

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  10. Geese can put a hurting on you!
    Minki is smart to watch her rear.

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  11. Terriers are not to be messed with.... and they also make the best loving family dogs! Love this post. :)

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  12. How great to have everyone looking out for you! Diane

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  13. I haven't been by in a while. Just stopped to say hello!

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  14. lovely photo I would keep an eye out from a goose coming up behind me.

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