Our family and walking in the bush!

So, I promised I would introduce the rest of my humans family…

This is Stuart. He’s probably almost 3 years old, and is your token annoying, food orientated guts. Hes Dads cat and is quite amusing when he wants to be. I’ve played with him since I was a baby. I was the size of him when I first came to live with Brittany- Look at me now!

Meet Stuart


Next comes Bobbit. Ridiculous name, but Brittany’s mum couldn’t think of anything and after a month she gave up and just named him the first thing she thought of 😉 He’s a blue point himalayan persian. He’s actually a she, but we only found out not long ago so he still gets called a he haha! He doesn’t mind 🙂

Bobbit. He's alot bigger now 🙂


Next is Suki. She’s a two year old Chinchilla Persian who came to live with us last year. She came with her Brother Aslan, but unfortunately he is no longer with us. Shes a very wussy, timid cat but very affectionate. She’s Brittany’s little supermodel 🙂

Suki sleeping with Stuart


Now for the horses!

Romeo is Brittany’s pony, and the animal who has spent the most time with our family. He came to live with Brittany when she first moved from NZ. He is a 13.3hh Australian Pony; he is also looking for a new home. Its time for him to move on as Brittany has outgrown him. 😦

Romeo- Jacaranda Tasman


Next is Kosmo. He is a 16.1hh Australian Andalusian. He’s 11 years old and Mums horse 🙂



Now we have Boy. Boy is Brittany’s new Throughbred. He is also a Novice trained Dressage horse. He has a funny, sweet temperament and Brittany loves him to bits!


Our latest addition is 2yo Layla. She is going to be Brittany’s horse when Boy gets either too old to ride or after he has taught her everything he can. She’s an Anglo Arab with a gorgeous, if unusual temperament.



We also have a few birds, but Brittany’s slack and hasn’t got any pictures 😉


We went for a walk down the Driveway this morning. Walking all the way to the end of the Driveway and back takes almost an hour and we have some lovely forest to walk through, along with a little pond full of turtles and water dragons 😀

Till next time,

Lacey and Brittany 🙂


4 thoughts on “Our family and walking in the bush!

  1. Nice to meet you Lacey and Brittany and welcome to the blogland 🙂

    I will definately become your reader and see how you are doing 🙂 It was nice to know your family also, maybe we get to know the birds, cows and chickens too someday? 😉

    I’ll send you lots of luck for the Dancing With the Dogs competition! I’m especially waiting to see you dance because you’re the youngest contestant.

    Happy days!


  2. How come you’re the only dog? All those cats and horses, and only one dog? Looks like there’s room for a pack of Danes there.

    Jed & Abby

    • Hi Jed & Abby

      There is tons of room here, a whole sixty acres of it! 🙂 The parents have told Brittany, ‘No more dogs until that big galoot of yours is trained and mature!’ 😛 Probably a good thing 😉

      But Brittany does plan on getting a small dog in the future 🙂

      Licks and woofs,
      Lacey the great Dane

  3. Ooh, Lacey – what an amazing family you live with! So many kitties! I’m jealous!! 🙂

    Oh! And I didn’t realise that your humans moved from NZ too! Where did they live in when they were in NZ?

    It was so nice to get to know everyone…and WOW – you must have a loooooooong driveway!! 🙂

    Honey the Great Dane

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