Thursday, September 18, 2008

Boaz "the pig horse" - By Gizmo

I finally worked out today why mummy calls Boaz "The pig horse"
We went up to feed him today and he was covered in mud. Mummy got really mad at him because he had put another tear in his new rug.
He definitely doesn't look after his clothes like I do mine.

Anyway back to why Boaz is called "The Pig Horse"
Boaz loves to roll around in mud like pigs do, plus he eats like a pig too. In fact he never stops eating! Mummy gives him his whole days worth of hay everyday and he eats it all in like 1 hour.
The vet told us that he won't overeat and that he'll stop when he feels full but Boaz doesn't. He has to be put in smaller paddocks because he just continues to eat and eat and eat until all the grass is gone.

I don't know what Boaz finds so exciting about his food. I mean look at it, it's dried up old grass, Yuck!

The only thing I can find special about Boaz's food is that it's fun to play on.


Rambo said...

you look nice and comfy on that big pile of hay. Too bad you can't keep it cause Boaz has to eat it. You better get off of there before he eats you too.

Pedro said...


I sure would like to see a picture of Boaz the Pig Horse! Is Boaz fat? My mom thinks I'm fat cause while she was away I ate a little too much and now I don't have a waist. Who needs a waist??? Hey, what is a waist anyway???


Hugo said...


I've nominated you for an award! Check it out at my bloggie! Thank you for all the encouragement you given to us.

Licks and leaps

Lorenza said...

Hi, Gizmo!
Yes, I want to see a picture of Boaz!
with mudd and all!
Kisses and hugs

Abz-Chelsea said...

Gizmo, the best thing about Boaz's food is to plunge your muzzle in and smell..mmmmmm

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