Only in Albuquerque do you see a Sheep While Sitting in Traffic

 

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Love it!!
What an odd looking dog.
And that wraps up today's Albuquerque Report, folks. Love, love love!
I think it's a goat.
We had a whole debate on this today. Is it a goat if it doesn't have a beard or horns and is fluffy?

It looks like an Angora goat. Goats often have thier horns removed. The beards vary among breeds.

He or she is a cutie.

 

The face and ears are very goat like and as said, the horns are often removed, especially when they are kept in smaller enclosures or used to clean up areas of farms.  Or if they do not play well with others.

That's no sheep, that's Falcor the luckdragon!

 

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You are so right!!!! Falcor!
Love that movie
That is a baited trap for a carnivore. Reach over the edge and a iron grip closes on your limb and they drag you home to be used in the pentagram ceremony. That is why its lips are in grim repose. The ears reflect a boredom in the number of times the trap has been sprung.

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