Yeah, that's what my mama keeps saying; I believe her wholeheartedly, but sometimes it still makes me sad.
It feels like someone came in one night and switched out my Chris with this lying, cheater.
I want MY Chris back, not the person I saw the last time. I feel robbed, and duped.
I know, right?
I despise infidelity. I have a hard time even watching tv shows with characters cheating on one another. Not because I think I'm better than they are, or anything like that, it just...makes me sad, and reminds me of everything that happened.
Okay, so just to update, if anyone cares.... This is the first post I've made in awhile, and it's because of all this.
Chris cheated on me, with his supposed 'best friend's fiancee,' and a few other people. I just found out a couple of months ago.
For the sake of anonymity, I'll use first...
Honestly I'd say they're both about the same. But my standard EE roo is stronger than my Silkie roos, and would probably do better fighting off a predator because he's got a size advantage. But the three of them crow about the same, really, and they're a pretty mellow trio.
No problem. When things go wrong with our birds, it can be really scary.
For example, I thought my black Australorp pullet, Pepper, had some bloody poos, too, but it turns out that it was just a chunk of watermelon that didn't digest. I wormed her anyway, just to be safe, and all is well.
Your chickens need to be wormed if they've got blood in their poo like that. It doesn't cost much to worm them, and even if they have other kinds of worms, like gapeworms, the worming medicine will take care of those, too.
I use Wazine once every two months for my birds. You can find it at...
Oh dang, that is a good idea!! my girls that I am trying to name look at bit "godly" if you will.... (if you look at them with the right angle)
I wanted to name my girls after Greek/Roman/Norse goddesses, too, but they were so dang cute and silly I ended up naming them things like...
My policy is: never trust a cat, even with adult birds. Cats are patient, intelligent, agile, and their claws leave deep wounds that can easily become infected. A bird scratched by a cat may survive but can die from infection days later. Never. Trust a cat.