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    07-28-2009, 01:06 AM
Rafe's experience with getting loose.

Well, tonight, Rafe managed to get out of the pen. He just walked under one of the wires then couldn't figure out how to get back in. I was messing with Dobe when I heard these tiny little hooves pounding away behind me so I turned around and this is what I saw.

After I stopped filming, I went over to put him back in. I called to him and when he saw me, he nearly ran me over trying to get close. LOL I scratched on him for a minute then walked to the fence, he was following so close that I had to keep bumping him in the chest to get him to back off. He was following so close he kept stepping on my feet. I could almost hear him saying "OMGOMG, I got out and now I can't get back in. Help me!! Oh thank God, mama, your here. Please help me, I am so scared out here all by myself." Anyway, I let the bottom wire down and picked up the top one and he followed me right back in.

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    07-28-2009, 01:15 AM
LOL that is so cute don't you just love it when they run up to you like save me from the monsters!!
    07-28-2009, 12:06 PM
Wow, look at him go!
    07-28-2009, 12:10 PM
Green Broke
Jeeze he has a nice set of legs on him! Haha he is so cute. I love how he runs away from the dogs, and then runs back to them. Haha

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