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Here is a thought. Why don't you start staring at their yard and shine flashlight beams though their windows. If you are interested in conversation you could try knocking on their door again or catch them staring over your fence and try to start a conversation before they run. Keep us posted!


Here is a thought......SSS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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If only....
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Anyone else have flooding? My poor gitls are sitting up in the area they roost in and are complaining about the water. It's only been ankle deep and they're not even in it, but they complain. I gave them some stuff to stand on so they can walk around and not be in water. They still are complaining.
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Where are you? If you are in Cal, there was quite. A it of rain in some places, but no flooding that I know of.
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No, IL. Unsure about other states besides MO and IL because I'm down by the MO, but we had a monsoon. The Mississippi river was at 38.5 ft above. 4 feet higher than the levees in some places. Flood gates were closed to prevent flooding in others, and we have levees that are about to break.
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Where are you? If you are in Cal, there was quite. A it of rain in some places, but no flooding that I know of.
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ChicChick I feel your pain. My girls are up to their ankles in mud. Monday they looked like wet dogs, but the chicken version.

I don't know what to do for them. I'd love to get pine needles but they aren't sold here.
I'm hoping the city mulches some Christmas trees soon. But with the flooding, it hasn't been a priority.

fist time chick owner in 2010, mom to 3, 2 dogs, a new rabbit and hubby too


Added baby duck in 2015.
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fist time chick owner in 2010, mom to 3, 2 dogs, a new rabbit and hubby too


Added baby duck in 2015.
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I pulled out bedding twice now and replaced it. I may get more later today and replace some more. I ran out and it was too late to get any the other day when I changed it for the second time on Tuesday. Then yesterday I worked late and couldn't go. I feel so bad for them. I thought of winter, summer with snow and cold and sun and heat, but not flooding. They're saying in some places it us worse than the flood of 93.
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ChicChick I feel your pain. My girls are up to their ankles in mud. Monday they looked like wet dogs, but the chicken version.

I don't know what to do for them. I'd love to get pine needles but they aren't sold here.
I'm hoping the city mulches some Christmas trees soon. But with the flooding, it hasn't been a priority.
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