New faces on the farm

WE HAVE NEW FACES HERE ON THE FARM!!!This new face does not yet have a name.   Since they are from the French side of the Pyrenees mountains, I was looking for a good French name for her.  So far, nothing I’m really fond of.   It may turn out not French.  She is 4 months old and since this was the first time away from home and family, she is SCARED.

She found a corner here to hide where she can also see.
The sheep wanted to meet her, but she is leary.

Let’s try again

And 2 pygmy goat kids have taken up residence.   They were purchased by people who didn’t realize how much time it takes to care for animals.   They asked if I would take them and they came named Betty and Billy.   They are cute and they should fit in as they were born in April, so still young and flexible.


4 Responses

  1. Dar in Mo says:

    She does look a little a bit scared. Some French names that come to mind are: Bianca or Blanche-meaning white, DANIELLE: French feminine form of Hebrew Daniyel (English Daniel), meaning “God is my judge.” Dominique = belongs to the Lord. JOLENE: Pet form of French Jolie, meaning “pretty;JULIETTE: Pet form of French Julie, meaning “descended from Jupiter (Jove). You will find a good name after you have had some time to observe her personality, I’m sure.:)

  2. Donna says:

    I kind of like Joyeux. In English, that would be Merry. But, my dog looks like a polar bear, so that’s the name he knows. Polar. Of course, it doesn’t really sound French; because it is used so much in English, another option is Bonbon, which basically means Sweet or Sweetie.
    Good luck with coming up with a suitable name. After a while, when her personality is apparent, I’m sure you will find just the right name.

    Polar’s rescue name was Snowfoot. But, when my son first saw him, he said that Polar looks like a polar bear. I looked at the dog and said “Polar.” His feedback showed me that he was used to that name. He responded to it right away.

  3. Love all your new friends!
    How about Brigitte for your pup – I believe Brigitte Bardot was French…!

  4. Judy Shaw says:

    What an adorable puppy!