A Word a Week Challenge – Fur

This week, Sue’s challenge word is Fur. That pretty much means animals for the most part. It’s odd, as I look through my photos, though most mammals are covered in fur, we don’t really think of it as “fur” when it’s an animal like a cow, horse, or other non-domesticated animal that has a covering that’s not long, shaggy and soft. I don’t even think of a cow as having fur but of course it does.

We shared our table in Amsterdam with this kitty

We shared our table in Amsterdam with this kitty

In Scotland, there's a type of cattle with long shaggy fur to keep them warm, a "hairy coo"

In Scotland, there’s a type of cattle with long shaggy fur to keep them warm, a “hairy coo”

The fur of a tiger is so vividly orange when you see one “in person”. It never photographs as bright as it really is. Chester Zoo, England

Macaque monkeys in the Trentham Monkey Forest Near Stoke, England

Sad looking little fellow in a doorway in a shop in Bruges, Belgium

This guy is a Dall Sheep, Nova Scotia Wildlife Park

Ginger was a very soft, fluffy cat.

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