My daughter did some work on Holly and Misty yesterday. She’s planning to finish it today. She’s very busy with school at the moment.  Unlike my Australian forebears who could have done them both in five minutes, each goat takes us several hours to shear.

After she’d finished they looked pretty odd, but they seemed pleased to be less warmly dressed.

We had seen a beautiful afghan hound earlier in the day, and I think that may have been the look that the hairdresser was trying for:

Holly as a scary monster:

It’s two weeks since Vesla was sheared.  She’s looking better now her coat has grown out a little bit.  Here she is about to …

… butt Holly:

She’s a good little runner: