This deer is too fast, too furious.
Here is a story that is sure to make you squee! Hettie Moo is a 3-year-old Belted Galloway cow who was raised alongside the horses at the Cairngorms Reindeer Centre in Aviemore, Scotland after her mother died while giving birth. Now she has become the newest (and fluffiest) star of the Chariots of Fire pony display team!
Meet Fivla of Finnister and Millhouse Vitamin! These two Shetland Ponies are all dressed up to promote The Year of Natural Scotland.
Apparently they don't wear the sweaters all the time, which is a shame. The jumpers look incredibly cozy.
"The Golden Retriever has its roots in Scotland. In the mid-18th century, wildfowl hunting was very popular among the wealthy. In Scotland, a dog was needed that could retrieve from water and land because the land was covered in ponds and rivers. Early retrievers were crossed with the best of water spaniels, giving rise to the dog known as the Golden Retriever."