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Happy Tale - Eeyore

2013-10-15 - Photo by Peg Schaeffer. Eeyore, , above, right has a complex personality. The accompanying Happy Tales, has been one of the most popular ever on CM. Eeyore is an Adair County move in. He started out with Peg Schaeffer in Conneticut, where he became invaluable, despite some vexing charateristics, looking after the young 'uns. When he got to Sparksville, Peg writes, "He resumed his duties of caring for the weanlings and was added a new responsibility. We purchased some miniature horses and they became his wards. His job was to protect them from the coyotes and other predators. Again he is great at this job. We now have five minis and he keeps them safe. But there's always been one thing missing in Eeyore's life - another donkey.' There's a Happy Ending to this Happy Tale,: Click ReadMore to find how Eeyore also found romance.

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