CH, I think you were thinking of my Dumbledore:
He has recovered well - the white tail feathers are because of the injury:
And for fun, here are the 14 week old CL pullets who were in the February hatch. They all have some seriously goofy crests on them...
Here's a mean little bad tempered cockerel:
Here's what he did to me on the way to the killing cone Saturday:
Oh, and my friend's boyfriend's (large) puppy unexpected jumped up and tried to bite me (fortunately didn't get a mouthful). We had a long discussion about the need for obedience training. Meanwhile, yep, it hurts:
In other news, I got a few chores done today (including some of the mowing), but not nearly as many as I wanted to...). So it goes...
- Ant Farm
Hi all, good night to everyone. I've had a rough day. My indoor only cat got out last night. On the few occasions he had gotten out before, he was home withing 20 - 30 minutes. No return last night. I got up at midnight, 1 am, 2.am, 3.am 4,am and 5 am wandering my neighborhood with a flashlight. Never found him. Put up flyers today and while I was putting up the flyers a guy called. He found what was left of my cat when he was walking his dog. He was really nice and showed me where the body was. All that's left is a tail, 3 legs and the spine. But I can still tell it was him. Stupid coyotes. RIP Lefty..