Love this pic!
Yes, I’ve always thought a good cat was worth it’s weight in gold.Love this pic!
A farm or ranch always needs a couple of good cats to keep the pest numbers low.
Wife made me install a cat door on the heated shop.
The cats sleep on the bench near the heater and eat from the food placed there. Cats that are fed seem to be better mousers.
They tend to hang out in the old buildings and the barn during the day but can always be found at night in the shop. Especially in the winter time.
The big bonus? I have had a lot less damage in the shop from rodents than ever before!
They earn their keep.
Best to all
Imagine those traits in a big dog and that was my brothers half dingo dog. He was as intelligent a dog as you will find and fast, he'd keep up with you doing 60kmh on a motorbike. Snakes never had a chance. He took down Emu's and one time took out a 6ft tall kangaroo. He didn't dig holes, he dug tunnels when he got on the scent of something. He was ok when my brother was around but when he wasn't was a scary proposition. My brother ended up getting rid of him because of that. Just that dingo 'instinct' that can't be reasoned with.Owned Russell’s for years big dogs in a little body. Russell’s are not for everyone they need lots of metal stimulation.
My old dog has cancer she had a lot of grit when she was well and the most hard headed one I ever owned.
My young dog the Mrs. got for me when DD was diagnosed.
Now 2D is by far the most intelligent Russell I have owned. Now she is still a Russell and any thing that has fin, fur or feathers needs to be destroyed.