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01/28/2013   

Corgis at War
Jellybean Bandit, my roommate's Corgi, finally broke the rule for the last time; now he wears a muzzle.

01/21/2013   

Spanish Mustangs in the Wind
Not even a plastic bag hurling into my Spanish Mustangs’ faces stopped our windy, warm-winter ride.

01/14/2013   

Birthday Boys
My two Spanish Mustangs had different starts, but they’re both celebrating their birthdays this month.

01/07/2013   

Dear Prudence
My rabbit's quality of life was quickly declining, so I made the difficult decision to put her to sleep.

12/31/2012   

My Rabbit Has Spondylosis
Tough times for my Rex doe, Prudence.

12/24/2012   

12/17/2012   

Horse Kisses
I don’t know if it was the rain or what, but my horse, Milagro, thought my hand tasted like fresh hay during a recent trail ride.

12/10/2012   

The Changing Color of Chickens
You never can tell what color your chick will grow up to be.

12/03/2012   

As the Egg Turns
Chicken drama is pretty normal, but I had no idea I'd be a part of my roosters' drama!

11/26/2012   

Fluoxetine (Prozac) for Cats?
After a hard windstorm, which scared my sibling cats, nothing was ever the same, so my sister, a vet, decided to put them on Prozac (or Fluoxetine).

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Audrey Pavia

Keeping farm animals in the city can be a real hoot. Follow freelance writer Audrey Pavia's adventures in Southern California with a yard full of urban livestock, including horses, chickens, a Corgi and an urban barn cat. She somehow manages all these silly critters while working full-time, with no one to help her but her husband, Randy, a born-and-raised New Yorker. And you thought "The Simple Life" was out there?

 

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