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The Story of Bear's Gate Posted at 16:00 • 9 MAY • Tobi Kosanke We found Bear on the side of a street in 2003. His pads had been burned from the hot pavement and he was unable to walk. He was at least 8 years old, had parasites indicating that he had been surviving on rotten garbage and dead animals for an extended time, and cracks on his teeth suggestive of having chewed on a metal chain. With his intense gratefulness at having been given a loving home and his gentle demeanor with all of the people and animals...

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Kitty Holster® Wins Prestigious Award Posted at 8:00 • 13 MAY • Tobi Kosanke Hempstead, TX – Texas-based Crazy K Farm Pet and Poultry Products LLC is proud to announce one of its most popular products has received a prestigious distinction. The company’s Kitty Holster® cat harness has just been awarded the Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA) Winner’s Seal of Approval. The Kitty Holster (Product Link) cat harness was among many entries from across North America competing to earn the PTPA™ Seal. The coveted seal is awarded by PTPA Media – North America’s largest volunteer parent testing community with more...

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Dear Inhabitants of Crazy K Farm... (PART 2) Posted at 12:00 • 15 MAY • Tobi Kosanke If only animals could read. My life on the farm would be so much easier... Dear Young Ameraucana Rooster: You just started crowing and now you are sewing your wild oats. While I understand the pressures and confusions of puberty, I would like to point out to you that you are a chicken. Not a duck. So STOP THE CROSS-SPECIES SHENANIGANS! The Management. Dear Sweet Young Rooster: I just can't handle it any more. I am not condoning your behavior at all, but...

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Dear Inhabitants of Crazy K Farm... (PART 1) Posted at 12:00 • 15 MAY • Tobi Kosanke If only animals could read. My life on the farm would be so much easier... Dear Chickens, Geese and Ducks: Yanking on my pant legs and nibbling on my toes will NOT get you fed any faster. In fact, all of that attention to my lower extremeties makes for very slow, treacherous travel between the food storage room and the feeding area. And if you'd move your little feet out of the way, I would step on them a lot less. Thank you....

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If only animals could read. My life on the farm would be so much easier... Dear Chickens, Geese and Ducks: Yanking on my pant legs and nibbling on my toes will NOT get you fed any faster. In fact, all of that attention to my lower extremities makes for very slow, treacherous travel between the food storage room and the feeding area...

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