Monday was a big day for our Happy.After the Nativity fiasco in December, Pig-Farmer questioned my ability to get Happy to load in the trailer. Especially, if Happy had any clue that he was going to the veterinarian’s to get castrated…. This “procedure” should go a long way in helping our Happy be a more pasture-sharing gentleman.
Happy and I calmly worked together and he loaded like a champ! Pig-Farmer watched from a distance and seemed a bit disbelieving. Don’t ya love when that happens?
Our veterinarian made quick work of, well, Happy’s testosterone generators. Soon, we were loaded back up and on our way to his new home. He has a great pasture with trees over-looking beautiful Central Illinois fields.Most importantly, he has a very kind, loving new family!
Plus, his new home is on our way to church … and we have visitation privileges. 😉 I’ll be able to snap pictures to share with y’all.
Have a very Happy weekend!!
Good for Happy! How is your new place?
It’s great! Chaotic, but that’s okay for now. I’ll be sharing pics soon.
Cant wait to see!
He looks sooo happy with his new folks.. too!! So deserving! Where did you move in ill..I am a Lombard Illinois girl with my best memories of South Side of Chicago with grandparents. and our dental lab in Elmhurst. Family still in St Charles and Elgin..xoxo to you all
Hi Merri! We are in the great small town of Shelbyville; just a few miles from our country home. I’ll be posting more frequently now. Keep in touch!
Love the pics – and so happy that Happy has a new home, AND that you’ll be able to visit!
Definitely a relief! Thanks for checking in.