The two leggers decided to poop pick our pastures yesterday. This made me happy because I like a clean living space.
|Me and Dexter in a nice clean pasture.|
When I had a box stall, I always had a corner for my business. I tried not to use the stall if I could help it. . .but sometimes I didn't get to leave for long amounts of time. My business stayed in that corner and I was able to use the rest of the stall as I saw fit, which was mostly napping or mugging people passing by for treats.
|I will not lay over there, way too dirty for me!|
In my standing stall, I do my business to the back and side.That way I can step over and not be standing in my poop. Recently, I have been practicing tricks. I kick my empty food bowl back and poop in that. No mess!
In the pasture, I tend to walk to the far corners to do all my business. But, I live with minions, so I cannot control where they go. So, there was often poop where I wanted to stand. Or lay. And I refuse to lay in yuckiness. Some ponies (ahem Meatball and the drafts) do not care what they lay in. I am rather picky. It must be dry and it must be clean or I will stand.
But yesterday was poop-b-gone day! And this is how the two leggers decided to take on the task. . .
|Jaime found a large chunk of what could only be my mane. But I am not missing mane or forelock. Are we sneaking in sexy blonde ponies after dark? I'll never tell!|
At first, I was like oh hell no! I hate the sled! My head shot up and I pranced all around. But very quickly, I realized that no work was intended for me and there was hay to be eaten, so I got down to doing what I do best.
But the meager rations I have been getting make me a mean, hungry pony! I have perfected the bite a minion, kick a minion, and toss my head, all in the same swift move. It is pretty impressive.
So, what about other horses out there? Are you clean or dirty?