Thursday, July 8, 2010

Poor Ursa Bear

Sorry for being so MIA on this blog and everyone elses. I'll be amazed if I have any readers anymore. Summer is so busy!

Ursa Bear's hair was getting really long and she was so hot. So we decided to give her a haircut. We used a pair of spring scissors.

Here she is pre-haircut.

We took her up to the house to do the haircut. She met the cats for the first time.
We locked her into the milkstand with a bowl of food for some of the haircut, then Logan held her for the rest.

Poor girl, I am not a hairdresser! She looks silly.
"What did that woman do to me?"

Don't worry Ursa, it'll grow back. She is much cooler now though.


Amy said...

OH how I love Ursa!!! Yes, it will grow back. :-)

Foothills Poultry said...

She may look a bit scuffy, but at least she will be cooler.


Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Awww, she is still cute. I had to do a hand-trim on my angora, Luna, too. She looked even more scraggly and scruffy than your Ursa Bear does. But like you said, she sure was a lot cooler. :)

Ursa Bear is the most lovely shade of apricot. So pretty!


Diane-Sage said...

Looks like my lil dog Zuni after I give her a hair cut...and they both are still so cute!

Gayle said...

I finally got around to doing my Daisy except her wool was inches and inches long. I used scissors, too, and it took 4 hours! Ursa will definitely feel better.

Melodie said...

Awww...she is just so cute the hair cut doesn't matter one bit!

polly's path said...

she is so cute!!!!
Did you save the fiber for a project?

Teresa said...

Sometimes comfort is way more important than fashion. She must feel much better. She's still awfully cute!

Anja said...

Don't worry you still have readers left...
Ursa does look funny but a) it will grow back and b) she aint hot anymore so goal accomplished :-)

Christy said...

I did save the fiber. I hope to play with it sometime soon.

Lisa, she is actually pure white, that is the Georgia clay giving her that lovely color.

She is preciously cute and the hair is already growing back so she doesn't look so sad anymore.