Welcome to the Indiana Thread! Please click on the links at the end of my post to find out about our members and our great Indiana thread! Are you new to chickens?
Before I had to have my Jersey Giant put to sleep a year ago, I had her in a dog kennel by my side of the bed. She always made the softest, sweetest conversational sounds. She never started talking until I woke up. I loved having her there for a few days (she had ovarian cancer). It sounds like Frou-Frou is feeling much better--and is trying to emphasize that ! If she only knew how lucky she is to be indoors. From Evansville to Louisville, we're supposed to get 8-10" of snow mixed with freezing rain, so the Silkies and I will be snowed in Louisville for a few more days.
I don't feel so weird for having chickens in the house after reading the post from @iamfivewire
about having a roo in the house! haha But seriously, that's wonderful that you have taken such good care of the poor guy!
Hope the new door works out. It's so annoying when something arrives damaged, and you have to go through an ordeal to straighten things out.
Your animals look wonderful as usual! Hang in there-- spring is around the corner.
I'll have to talk to Bonbon about hatching some eggs!
Your vaccine story was scary! I bet you were freaking out. That's great that you were able to talk to a real person, much less a vet. We all do so many things when we aren't "present" -- we're on auto-pilot. Hope the chicks continue to thrive! You were just trying to help them.
Speaking of help! You could seriously injure yourself by not asking for help. If your neighbor knows that you'll be happy to help them anytime, then you should help each other! Teamwork, I believe they call it.