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2011-07-21 / Community News

My Favorite Pet Contest Third Week

One more Week to go send your pictures in today!!!


Mooshoo is a man of few words..... but those words are packed with meaning! Meet Mooshoo Scantlin, “owner” of Melanie Scantlin of Lexington! Mooshoo is a man of few words..... but those words are packed with meaning! Meet Mooshoo Scantlin, “owner” of Melanie Scantlin of Lexington!

Pictured above is Chaquita, a little bit of nuttin’ that belongs to Melanie Scantlin of Lexington. Pictured above is Chaquita, a little bit of nuttin’ that belongs to Melanie Scantlin of Lexington.

Summer brings boredom for beast and man. Brandy happily submits to ‘a stroll in the stroller’ for her owner Riley Beasley. Summer brings boredom for beast and man. Brandy happily submits to ‘a stroll in the stroller’ for her owner Riley Beasley.

At the left is a picture of Bill and Aloma Clayton’s “pet”! They write, “This is our Longhorn Steer donning his hay ring necklace. He had to wear it for three days before it could be removed. The photo is of the third day and his eyes show how tired he was of his necklace. He has eaten hay from that same hay ring for over five years and has never gotten stuck before this year. Fortunately, he got stuck at one of the three seams in the ring, which allowed him to be freed from his adventure. He had to work really hard to twist his horns into the bottom of the ring and into one of the smallest openings, too. Only in Texas!!!” At the left is a picture of Bill and Aloma Clayton’s “pet”! They write, “This is our Longhorn Steer donning his hay ring necklace. He had to wear it for three days before it could be removed. The photo is of the third day and his eyes show how tired he was of his necklace. He has eaten hay from that same hay ring for over five years and has never gotten stuck before this year. Fortunately, he got stuck at one of the three seams in the ring, which allowed him to be freed from his adventure. He had to work really hard to twist his horns into the bottom of the ring and into one of the smallest openings, too. Only in Texas!!!”

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