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The Growth of Lord LubbaDuck AKA Zephyr Moo

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        12-19-2013, 02:07 AM
    Tonight on The Zephyr Files...
    The awesome power of the Great Cream Paddock Shark....

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        12-20-2013, 11:58 AM
    OH my. Faster than a speeding pullet. That's a feat. Thanks for providing such family fun entertainment. My son is now in awe of F. MacFearsome and wants to know what the F stands for.
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        12-20-2013, 01:06 PM
    What a gorgeous wee one!
    Looking forward to seeing how he grows up!
        12-20-2013, 02:55 PM
    HI Qtrbel,
    F. Stands for Flossom.
    My dear old pooch Partly Bluett actually rescued Flossom from a box on a river bank where she had been dumped at the tender age of aprox 3 weeks. (she's 11years now and Partly is 14) He kept dragging me back to this box until eventually I opened it and found this timy starving ball of fluff no bigger than tennis ball. Of course, there was no going back, I lovingly bottle fed her for another week (every 4 hours) and Partly used to tuck her under his back leg at night to sleep (I'm not kidding).
    Anyway she has grown in to a monster who rules the entire house and paddocks. She is even famous for attacking a CLYDESDALE (She didn't realise, she later informed everyone, that clydesdales are more than just the fluff on their back legs.
    You can tell him she goes by many names...
    Her 'birth name' is Flossom MacFearsome however around here she is also known by the following...
    1. F. Possovitz Attorney at Paw
    2. Furrio the Enforcer (From Furio on The Sopranos)
    3. That Fat Little ******* who attacks visitors whom she deems have outstayed their welcome (Of course we don't call her that, but our friends do)
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        12-20-2013, 02:58 PM
    Oh and Qtrbel, here's a pic of the very spoiled Flossom MacFearsome just for your son

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        12-20-2013, 03:10 PM
    He's in love. He watches Milo and Otis all the time and thinks they took the story form you now. His CAT HRH Ladybug Gingersnap is queen bee here. She's a slasher and dasher by nature and poor DH generally sports multiple facial lacerations as she insists the top of his head is the throne from which she should rule. I keep telling him not to bend over when she is near....
    ETA I love her names. My old dobie rewarded those that overstayed a bite on the butt as they were leaving (at her insistence). You were her best buddy if you were drinking Jack Daniels and Coke and allowed her to sneak a sip.
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        12-24-2013, 12:52 AM
    Happy Holidays...

    Hope everyone has a great time these holidays and a swimmingly good New Year...
    From the Lesser known Hairy NZ Christmas Moose....



        12-30-2013, 09:35 PM
    Today, on The Zephyr Files...
    Trouble is brewing, Muzzerr is back with the boys...

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        12-30-2013, 10:28 PM
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    Thank you, Merlot - Just in time to finish off the year with a good one.
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        01-11-2014, 10:59 AM
    Great one Merlot! Thanks for the moose photos. We've been on the lookout for a few local moose but no such luck.
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