Saturday, October 29, 2016

Big Cat Habitat..Petting Zoo...

Emu
Male Emus incubate the eggs, one of which is the size of a dozen chicken eggs... the eat plants, grains, insects and ROCKS.. yes. Rocks, it aids their digestion... they live 10 to 20 years in the wild.

Llama

Are we going on an adventure? Alpaca my bags.

I wanted this post to last, so I llamanated it.


Llama explain all this, there were goats there to at the Big Cat Habitat. Big Cat Habitat is NOT a zoo. I is a wild life rescue sanctuary.



Look left, right under the blue bubbles...See the cane? and half of a leg? that is Barbara
See the shorts with flip flops? that's Lola... See ME? With the camera? That is Madsnapper... we were about to Walk On The Wild Side with the Big Cats.. my friends walked right out of the photo..


20 comments:

jandi said...

ostriches also eat just about anything including stones... llamas are such weird and wonderful creatures...

Ann said...

Good idea to llamanate this...lol I wonder if Emu's would live longer than 20 years if they didn't eat rocks...lol

Jo said...

Hi Sandra, I love that this isn't a zoo. The llamas are cute. Thanks for a humorous and clever post. Jo

Mildred said...

Your puns have me giggling so early in the a.m. Very sweet photos.

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, Sandra! I love the puns and the critters. The goats, llamas and ema are all cute. Happy Weekend to you!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

A fun post, Sandra, in photos and words and it made me smile too early in the a.m. I also liked the self portrait of Mad Snapper.

Dory and the Mama said...

TeeHeeHee...Alpaca my bags...teeheehee. Thanks for the early morning giggle!

Ginny Hartzler said...

The last picture is my favorite! With you, your camera. and your fleeing friends. Our D-I-L got spit on by a lama, you have to stay at distance. Did not know the dad emu hatches the eggs! I suppose after they hatch, he is outta there!

TexWisGirl said...

love the llama's graceful neck curve in that one photo.

Madi and Mom said...

MOLMOLMOL Alpaca my bags too so I can join you on this adventure.
I'd go to that habitat every day if they were open.
Hugs Cecilia
PS Madi says she bets she is a bigger food a holic than you!!
MOL

HOOTIN ANNI said...

...first, that night blooming cactus is really pretty [in the post below this]

And loved the play on words as always. Learned something today...the male incubates the eggs....well, now...there must be a term for this...men's lib? No, that doesn't work....or they'd demand more pay.

Mevely317 said...

Great selfie, Sandra!
Are those new glasses? Looking good!

Gail said...

Chickens eat grit for the craw to help digest their food. Maybe it's a feather thing.

I guess in a tight, they could feed the goats to the tigers...gotcha!

Felicia said...

look like a fun place to visit.

Rose said...

I wonder just what all I have missed during my time away from blogging. Not sure I am back to stay or not, but I did put up posts.

Have I missed any 'Bob' posts?

Kim@stuffcould.... said...

Wow these are such interesting creatures, love their size. I do not know anything about emu's or llamas but now I do! I am glad they rescue them

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Llamanate! LOLOL! You are too funny. (I'm still giggling over that one.) You have such neat places to visit there! Cute pics. Thanks for your comment and encouragement, I meant to email you but I'll just say it here. Have a nice Sunday!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

There were so many things to see there.

Betty Manousos said...

love the llama's. and your puns. thanks for
the giggles

pattisjarrett said...

I love petting zoos! Alpaca my bag--you're a riot.