So I have this young silkie rooster that I have grown quite fond of. I decide to try caponizing to minimize rooster qualities,. I know it is unlikely to stop crowing, but I wanted to lessen it. Anyways, it was my first (actually second, the first time I just spread it open and didn't know that silkies had black testes) time caponizing. I got the first one out whole, couldn't find the other so I flipped him. Made another insiscon and found the other, I was on the verge of getting the second one out whole but it slipped and I ended up scraping the kidney. It started pooling with blood so I could see clearly and desperate, I tried to grab it out and only removed half, I searched in the blood and found the other piece and removed it (he lived, acted like nothin happened!) but yesterday after doing a more successful caponizing, I found after breaking it, I had to go back and keep picking out tiny tiny pieces left in, which makes me think on the first one, I left a tiny piece... Would it be possible, if when I find out if he's a slip, to cut him again and take the piece out? I've found these guys to be seriously tough I think it might work. Thanks!