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Aw that's great to hear :clap

they are more resilient than we know sometimes

post #23 of 27
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Unfortunately, today I found a dead pullet (nearly identical, likely the same) in the rear corner of the coop.

It was upsetting after the hard work and care.

I regret not keeping her in the house longer, a lesson learned.
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post #24 of 27
So sorry for your loss. You did all you could and gained some experience along the way hugs.gif.
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Unfortunately, today I found a dead pullet (nearly identical, likely the same) in the rear corner of the coop.

It was upsetting after the hard work and care.

I regret not keeping her in the house longer, a lesson learned.
that's rough. I'm sorry to hear it. Sometimes we seem to learn through the school of hard knocks 😯
post #26 of 27
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Thank you for the condolences.

This week was horrid.

1st, The chicken died, for which I feel somewhat guilty.
2nd, our cat had acute liver failure, and after a $500 Emergency vet visit, he didnt make it. I buried him at home.
3rd, the very same day the neighbor (1 mile away) dog snapped his chain and a 100-pound NorweigianElkhound charged my fiance and our new lab we adopted. Dog has puncture wounds to the face and fiance is very emotional.

No pity party invitations, but seriously... I need a break.
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post #27 of 27
That sounds awful and entirely reasonable to be upset. I hope your fiance and dog recover soon!
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