Our homestead matriarch Ally Girl. Our oldest
and most loving pet. Ally drinks coffee and eats
peppers. Never in a rush, Ally is at
the top of the pet food chain in our home.
Put it this way our dog Cosmo never
makes eye contact with Ally. NEVER!
Meet Cosmo our Westie. He is very helpful on the
urban homestead. Very loyal. Keeps the Squirrel's
away from the gardens. Does
checks on the yard every few hours.
Enjoys burying food all over the house.
Mason R.I.P. Miss You Good Boy
Ramsey, A very vocal green eyed Maine Coon cat.
Shy, insane, and easily spooked. His claim to fame
is that he was trapped in our neighbors shed for
6 days. No food or water. When we found him he
came home drank water, eat some dog food and
passed out. He lost some hair but was fine.
The Happy Girls. 3 Rhode Island Reds. 2 Plymouth
Rocks and Barnevelder. The girls are amazing.
We take good care of them and they give us fresh
organic eggs for protein, and high nitrogen waste
for our garden soil. Pets with a purpose.
An urban homestead must.
Thank you girls for all you do.
Our quail give us fresh organic eggs ever day for
eating and breeding. Caring for quail is very easy
and the fresh meat is amazing. Thanks Girls.
Urban Homesteaders Victor & Michele strolling
the Laurelwood Arboretum
This is GUS.
We met Gus at a garage sale for $8.
He is now head of Garden Security
on our homestead. Thanks Gus.