Saturday, 22 February 2014

Keith's Polecat.
An incredible female Polecat, name, Baby, what's incredible about this little beauty. Well for one thing she is very tame and easy to handle, but this is the best bit, because Keith lets her have a certain amount of freedom around the yard, she periodically takes off and goes missing. She can be away for as much as 3 days or more, and then she comes home again, at this point you may say, yes that is incredible. But the incredible bit is, every time she comes home she is pregnant, and always has a large litter exactly like their mum.  Incredible.

Linking to Eileen's Saturday's Critters.  http://viewingnaturewitheileen.blogspot.co.uk/

21 comments:

  1. het is zeker een schoonheid,het zal dan toch vruchtbare grond zijn bij je.

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  2. Hi Gordon. Well. I suppose that is nature. Very Cute

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  3. omgoodness, what a cutie!! and i LOVE your header!!

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  4. Nature calls her ~ quite the critter and definitely her own boss but knows where home is ` Great shot for SC ~ thanks, Happy Weekend ^_^

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  5. How amazing, so do you have a house/ yard full of little polecats. Gordon/ should that be gordona??? is very cute.

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  6. What a sweetheart! So darling!
    Jemma

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  7. She is too cute! Happy Critter Day!

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  8. I'm not so sure about the "Baby" if she comes back pregnant Gordon - maybe "Babe"?

    Never seen a Polecat, tame or otherwise. You must have a population nearby?

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  9. Oh my!!
    That is sooooo cute......... I'd love to care for litter!
    She must have the time of her life, but would I be the owner I would panic when she's away!
    Thanks for dropping a kind comment on my blog Gordon! :)
    Enjoy your sunday

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  10. She is so cute. If she keeps having litters your house will be overrun with more cuteness!

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  11. Wow, what a cutie. I can just imagine the babies are adorable! Thank you for linking up to my Saturday's Critter party. Have a happy weekend!

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  12. The polecat is almost like a pocket pet and very adorable.

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  13. A little sweetie. Are they related to ferrets? I wish you a good weekend!

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    1. It is called a Polecat Ferret not a wild Polecat.
      Thank you to every one for your interesting and sometimes amusing comments.
      Take care, and thanks again. Gordon.

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  14. Thank you all, it makes blogging worthwhile.
    Gordon.

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A big thank you to everyone for looking in and leaving their comments, much appreciated, Gordon.