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If I pick one of them up(if the other one lets me),

the other one will cluck worriedly, and when I put one down,

they will run to each other.It's not that they don't like me, it's that they love each other more.

 One of them is kind of like the mama chicken(even though they're both pullets), and teaches the other one stuff, even though she's only a week or two older.

It is so cute!!!!!!!!!!:hugs:lol: 

You're a real chicken owner when you've spent the evening scrubbing the water holder because you left for a month,  to the point that the sponge turned green and your fingers got wrinkled as a chickens legs,when the bottom of your pants are soaking wet while the chickens are dry as the food box that you work so hard to keep dry. But if you are a real chicken owner you know it's worth it.
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You're a real chicken owner when you've spent the evening scrubbing the water holder because you left for a month,  to the point that the sponge turned green and your fingers got wrinkled as a chickens legs,when the bottom of your pants are soaking wet while the chickens are dry as the food box that you work so hard to keep dry. But if you are a real chicken owner you know it's worth it.
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If I pick one of them up(if the other one lets me),

the other one will cluck worriedly, and when I put one down,

they will run to each other.It's not that they don't like me, it's that they love each other more.

 One of them is kind of like the mama chicken(even though they're both pullets), and teaches the other one stuff, even though she's only a week or two older.

It is so cute!!!!!!!!!!:hugs:lol: 

:) mine are bonded too 

2 EXTREMELY CUTE Coturnix Quail

Lives in Northern California

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2 EXTREMELY CUTE Coturnix Quail

Lives in Northern California

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