March 2015 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Furry Friends
We, and our critters, cozy up in interesting ways

  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Heather Eilers, Pedernales EC: Molly Ann sure misses Lance Eilers while he’s gone all day at work.
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Brett Gordon, Navasota Valley EC: Every night, daughter Reagan would read Charlie a bedtime story. Charlie now runs wild in the NVEC area.
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Susan Matt, Pedernales EC: KiKi, the pit bull, plays with a fawn on a walk.
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Ashley McFadin, Guadalupe Valley EC: Horses enjoy a lovely spring day.
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Rebekah Bongato, Sam Houston EC: What big teeth you have!
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Web Extra: Charles Cagle, HILCO EC: A raccoon snacks on watermelon.
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Web Extra: Beverly Ford, Fort Belknap EC: Lillian Ford, 3, shares a moment with her horse, Captain.
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Web Extra: Lynette Glowka, Bandera EC: A two-day-old miniature horse wakes up, stretching from her nap. Lynette said she thought she looked like a rocking horse, so she used the photo to make her Christmas cards that year.
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Web Extra: David Helton, Grayson-Collin EC: David’s young daughter, Melissa, shot this when her cat, Cupcake, joined him in his chair.
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Web Extra: Brandi Nugent, Sam Houston EC: Lucky the bull sits with his best friend, Wyatt, under Brandi’s kitchen window.
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Web Extra: Roberta Orris, Pedernales EC: The kids discovered their new puppy loves to dig in the fresh basil.
  • Enlarge
    1 of 12
    Web Extra: Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Kendall Stehling, 2, holds her new goat kid, Anna.

Life can be r-r-ruff at times. It’s a good thing we have our furry friends to snuggle up to every meow and then. We love to see the animals you caught horsing around. Take a look at the creatures that came in ahead of the pack.

TAGS: Contests, Focus on Texas, Photography


Are you a co-op member?

Don't ask again