Saturday, April 21, 2007

A Fev-vur With A Funny Nose & A Gazillion Legs

Did yoo know fev-vurs in the Yoo-Kay (whare TONS of owr best friends live, inclooding Rosie's hubby) have funny noses and a Gazillion legs? Luk!

"The bad news is that Stumpy, a farm duck in Southampton, England, got a leg caught in a fence, and it had to be amputated. The good news is, he still has THREE LEFT. You see, the webbed-footed wonder was born with four legs."
- A Sekret Yoo-Kay Fev-vur Informunt

25 comments:

Daisy said...

He must have known he would need extra legs, that's why he was borned that way. Poor Stumpy. He better be careful since he only has three leggies left.

Eric and Flynn said...

We haf nefurr efurr seen fev-vers wiv thay many legs before. He's lucky he had eggstra legs cuz he would haf fallen ofurr uvverwise when he had one ampyootaytid.

Jake and Bathsheba said...

We have never seen a duck like that! So many legs! He was unlucky to get one stuck, then lucky that he had extras when he needed them. We wonder how he got those extra legs to begin with--sure hope he didn't live too near a nuclear power plant or something.

~J&B

Lux said...

How strange! This story has left me feeling flabbergasted, or something.

Suzanne said...

the underneath photo is pretty cool...a good way to see his extra foot.

(mama says she has webbed feet...cause we live in seattle where it rains all the time! like right now.)

--suz

Parker said...

Wow - 4 legs on a duck, that is kinda weird. I bet his balance was real good when he had all 4!

Pearl C. Pritchard said...

Stumpy is a lucky duck! Ha! Get it?

Caesar and Princess said...

my mommie wishes she had four arms.

I bet that hurt when his leg got caught. I wonder if he misses his forth leggie, you think he might?


Have a great Sundee eve

Dragonheart said...

Oh my! I have seen ducks, but never one with three or four legs! Wow.

Ariel said...

That's amazing and a very lucky duck.

Boy said...

He does have a funny nose!
Wonder how such a nose will wook wike on me?

Kaze, Latte, or Chase said...

Wow....he had 4 legs? How cool! I wonder if they helped act as rudders?

Latte

Suzanne said...

hi rosie and cheeto...this is my second to you. i want to let you know that i'm having my first contest!

love
--suz

Skeezix said...

Do yoo think 4 legs helps them run faster?

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

woah, isn't nature amazing? What a cool duck. Mommy wants to feed it like she does the ones at the zoo...

Kim and Oscar the Puppy Cat said...

Wha...? OK, now I've seen it all. Or at least I've seen a lot. Yep, musta known he'd need more than 2.

Kaze, Latte, or Chase said...

I nominated you for the Thinking Blogger award!

Kaze

Rascal said...

That is a very odd looking creature. Are you sure it's a bird?

Icon Baxter Bentley said...

Do ducks in the Yoo-Kay usually have as many legs as we does? I wonder if they can run faster on more legs.

DK & The Fluffies said...

Um, scary

Gattina said...

That's amazing a duck with 4 legs ! Must be difficult to walk on 3, lol
I bought catnips for the first time today look at the result !

Faz the Cat said...

Poor Stumpy, imagine losing one of his legs. I would hate that. Although, thinking about it, I was born with four legs as well so I am not sure why four legs is so special in the first place? FAZ

Eric and Flynn said...

We haf tagged yoo furr the thinking Blogger Awards.

One of us said...

we didn't think feffers were suposed to haf four legs.hmmmmm ~Poiland tribe

meeyauw said...

I see we are still worried about vishus deer! (Not this post, but what the hay!). Seriously tho, I really laugh in good humor and admiration for Rosie Talk. It's brilliant!