In The Manger

Kittens move into the hay manger for a bit of lounge time.The kittens have adopted a new routine during the cold winter mornings in the show barn.

They eat and play the whole time the animals are eating hay, but the minute the herd sire is moved out of his segregation stall (in an effort to keep his mind off the females and give everyone an un-harrassed meal), the kittens move into his manger.

They use the left over hay to cavort, roll around and snooze for a while before heading outside to cavort, roll around and snooze the rest of the day.

The kitten on theright, Boaz, actually made a nest of hay in the grain tub that the bull had just cleaned out. He made it into a sleeping bed and acts like it his very own.

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