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Rescue Dog Rescued From Drug House Finally Gets To Be A Puppy - BRANDI
Rescue Dog Is Finally Learning How To Be A Puppy | This pittie was rescued from a drug house, and her new family decided to spoil her rotten. She was driving them crazy with squeaky toys - so they found the perfect solution.

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Tom Brown COLLECTION Auction
Aug. 25th in Michigan 2018 in Vicksburg michigan. Onsite n online.
Added: 3rd May 2018
Views: 949

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Mega-stash of old Fords and Mercurys, many with 390 V-8 engines | Barn Find Hunter - Ep. 33
Sunny Southern California is a hotbed for classic cars, from road-worthy beauties to the forgotten junkers that Barn Find Hunter Tom Cotter wakes up every morning hoping to uncover. But California is tightening state laws concerning the possession of non-functional vehicles, making it tougher for folks to put off projects. In this episode, Tom scours Craigslist to track down Alex, a car guy whose motherlode of Fords and Mercurys has managed to evade the ire of California's enforcement. Cougars, Fairlanes, Comets, and Torino many with 390 engines and/or factory four-speeds count among the forgotten gems in Alex's stash.

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Goat Kids and Barn Kittens Play Musical Stumps
It was super hot the other day, but that did not stop the kittens and goat kids from a game of Musical stumps. It amazes me how similar they are in many ways, sweetly comical and they all have great balance and love attention. No wonder the kittens and goats are enjoying each other as playmates! At first, I was worried about taking on 3 kittens in addition to all the other creatures we care for. Now I can't imagine the farm without them! The backstory: A couple weeks ago we adopted a trio of kitten boys to be barn cats. Their mama was a feral cat. They were born in a pile of insulation and when they were found, their eyes were all shut due to the irritation. One of our very kind friends was their foster mama for an organization called Community Cat Advocates in Maine. They are so precious, we are calling them Bob (the one with no tail of course) George and Ed. They spent the day exploring and met our barn cat Virginia, all the goat kids, and the chickens. It is amazing how brave they are for little furballs! They will enjoy fresh goat milk for breakfast each morning as they get stronger and settle in!

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