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Wordful Wednesday: Cutie and the friendly beast

Gyanna, my son's sweet friend meets a lovely billy at Dream World zoo. Isn't it a treat to witness love so evident between two wonderful beings?

Visit Angie at 7 Clown Circus to see more pictures.


Alicia said…
That is precious!
JamericanSpice said…
And so innocent. It's amazing t see how well children get along with animals. It's a gentle spirit.

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Indrani said…
A truly cute shot!
scrappysue said…
adorable! thanks for stopping by
cheery the auntie said…
what a treat to be greeted by gyana and the goat on wordful W! i've been offline for 3 days, and this heartwarming picture gave justice to my net-starvation act.
Joy said…
That is super-precious. :o)
Sweet Annabelle said…
She loves him! He might make a good pet....
pehpot said…
it really is!! naku everyday natutunaw ang puso ko pag nakikita ko ang mga junakers ko na love na love nila isa't isa :)

naku you should viist Baguio, wonderful place, ang daming pedeng gawin and the atmosphere is homey :)

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Genny said… cute!
Josie said…
SO cute! :)
Anya said…
The zoo is the best there is for children :)
For me also .... LOL
Lovely friendly CUTE picture !!

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