A Tour of the Coops and Critters of Cat Country (Image Heavy!)

Cattitude

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May 6, 2010
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Cat Country, west KY/TN border
The Left Side of the Yard:

Pic 1 - New coop, currently empty (with Daisy [the dog] to the right):
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Pic 2 - New home for the Sebrights:
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Pic 3 - The geese in front of the Adolescent Coop, next to the Sebright Home:
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Pic 4 - From the left - Red and his girls, Rosecomb Cage (currently covered in carpet), Adolescent Coop:
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Pic 5 - Mr and Miz Rose:
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Pic 6 - What is that thing she's pointing at us? (Adolescent Coop):
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Pic 7 - Two butts and two fluffs:
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Pic 8 - Pretty chickies:
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Pic 9 - A Sebright egg:
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Pic 10 - Sebright roo and his ladies:
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Pic 11 - The Brooder Hutch:
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Pic 12 - About to be moved from the Brooder Hutch to the Adolescent Coop:
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Pic 13 - A Silkie and two Silkie-Xs:
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More critters and coops to come!!

ETA: numbers for each picture
 
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Cattitude

Songster
May 6, 2010
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Cat Country, west KY/TN border
Thank you for asking about her; I think she is gorgeous, too! She's the daughter of two Silkie-X-Buff Orpingtons. I'm thinking about finding a partridge or buff Silkie roo for her. A yard full of Silkies with that color scheme and the beautiful crest would be great to have!
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Cattitude

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May 6, 2010
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Cat Country, west KY/TN border
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You can see her colors a little better in Picture 8. Her base color is white, with buff splotches on her top feathers. The white shades into gray on her neck and head, still with buff splotches. I'm thinking now that either a partridge, buff, or white Silkie roo would work as her mate. Of course, that would mean building a couple more coops...
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