Open the door, and walk in. Straight ahead of you is some metal shelving and a big plastic storage bin. The big bin holds extra bags of sweet feed, bran and cat food. The shelves hold the cat's bed, fecal sample collections supplies, extra TP for the bathroom, extra supplements, cat litter and misc supplies.
|...and the cat is still in bed...|
Looking to the left is the refrigerator. We keep carrots for the horses in here, water bottles for me, soda for Brett and the farrier, and sugar cubes. In the summer, Brett stocks the freezer with popsicles (for him) and ice cream drumsticks (for me). Right now it only holds boots for icing the horse's legs should we need to do that.
|Next to the refrigerator is the shop vac and a canister of cat food.|
|This shelf above the shop vac, holds the scale, paper towels and a bucket of baggies.|
|Okay, I'll admit that on a really hot day I will drink an A&W Rootbeer.|
Turning all the way back around, there is an old work table next to the door. It has small bins holding sweet feed and vitamins. Above the table is a white board where I keep track of the various supplements and meds for the horses and donkeys. Things are pretty uncomplicated at the moment for which I am very thankful! Each horse has a bucket for his morning mix. Kalvin's bucket is over by the window, on top of his senior feed.