|A Cottage by the Sea||
Do animals live a life of solitude on Iona? Or anywhere? From my two day study, I don’t have a clue, nor will I every be able to figure it out. Really, Bobs, animals don’t think conceptually. That being acknowledged, here are a few observations from the island. Sheep to stay together but with plenty of space between them. Lambs stick with their moms but other than that, they seem to lead an independent life. Cows graze in small groups, but I doubt they make any choices about who they will hang out with. It just happens. Chickens are clueless, alone but with others. The lone cat, on the other hand, knows how to get the most out of humans. I guess I would conclude that the Iona animals live in an unintentional community. One thing for sure. don’t’ bother this solitary human being.
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