- Moving. It took nearly two weeks after we brought Cedar home to convince her that yes, this really is a milk stand, and yes, you really do use it just like the ones back home. There is grain involved if you cooperate, girl!
|"Like this, right?"|
- Turning the milk stand to face the other way. She cannot find the grain. It is gone. Clearly this is some kind of witch craft.
- Cleaning the milk room. All the trash and dirt was clearly vital to her process. Now that it is gone she can only get two feet onto the milk stand at a time. Life is very tragic.
|Hey, what did you do with my trash?|
- Presence of chickens in the milk room. Chickens are sneaky and it's very naughty for them to sneak into the milk room, so apparently Cedar gets to be sneaky and naughty too. Sprinkles' grain looks tasty. Surely no one will notice.
- Presence of human kids in the milk room. They need a good sniffing and lots of kisses. Again, it is impossible to get more than two feet on the milk stand at a time. Cedar whines because her tongue is not long enough to reach the grain this way.
|Ponchos might also secretly be snacks. Forget the snacks ON THE MILK STAND...|
- Removing a doe from the milk line. Clearly it is not actually the milk room if Sundae doesn't threaten her on the way in/out. (Sundae is in the barn recovering from an epic case of found something bad for her and ate a whole lot of it. She is fine but needs to convalesce.) Attempts to crawl under the milk stand to find out if the trash can is full of used wipes yet.
|Nope not yet.|
- Mom put the teat wipes at the wrong end of the milk stand. Clearly it is a trap.
- Mom put something new on/under/next to the milk stand. Also clearly a trap. Unless it's treats. Cedar attempts to eat the new thing.