It’s a deer skull. I only know this because I kept the skull of my favorite deer that was hit by a car and died on my property (yes, I’m weird). Sharp edges on the teeth evidently mean the deer lived a good long life–think of equine teeth that haven’t seen a dentists. They get sharp edges.
Excellent question. 🙂 I think there’s a mixture of all of the above. Patrick, Bernard and Nigel seem the most interested and I’m not sure whether it’s more concern or curiosity at this point. I wonder about Patrick with cattle… his experience living with cattle wasn’t a positive one and I’m sure he hasn’t forgotten.
I’m sure it’s more curiosity for Bernard… and for now, I think Nigel just has Patrick’s back.
Tried to comment the other day, but the interwebs ate my words. Loving your new place! (Not a big fan of stark desert beauty–give me trees any day.) looks like everyone is adjusting. Are you getting more morning brays?
Merry Christmas to all!
That’s what happens when you take a goat to Motel 6 🙂
I hope you sue the moving company for an insane amount of money.
Changes can be a bit tough. Please blog a lot so we can follow up and support ( and oh, ok, get news of all the creatures great and small 🙂