The MacMoos have multiplied. They seem to have taken over the town. At the moment we have three in the Cutlins meadow near our house. But yesterday when we walked over to the petrol station supermarket at the other end of Wenlock, we found the field opposite was brimming with them. Must remember to take my camera the next time I go shopping. I’m not sure why they are so smile-inducing, only that they are. Such placid, shaggy souls.
19 thoughts on “Grub’s Up For The MacMoos”
You are so right about making us smile – first thing I did when i saw these gorgeous faces looking at me this morning.
I think they our one of our best assets for cheering-upness.
They look very grateful for the grub.
As opposed to?
I hate those grippy grumpy ones.
I love Macmoos….Happy new year to you et al….Janet 🙂
Happy New Year to you too, Janet.
Ah, love ‘em! From the Cuillins to Cutlins?
Oh very well played, word-wise, Sue 🙂
Thanks, Tish,…I thought you would appreciate it!
oh yes! can’t help but smile! 🙂
I love the M&M’s, Tish! They’re just too cute.
I love your MacMoos Tish: the pandas of the cattle world in terms of cuteness
I must track down their friends and relations on the other side of town.
They are fascinating! 🙂
I adore your big shaggy cattle! They look like a cross between the American Bison (Buffalo) and a real cow, but shorter and shaggier. Do they come in miniature? I could keep one in the house and always have fresh milk. He could come and go through the doggy door 😀
Now that would be a challenge to re-invent a Highland moo to dog door scale. I think someone should work on it asap.