forced removal

Discussion in 'Guinea Fowl' started by waddle watcher, Mar 21, 2013.

  1. waddle watcher

    waddle watcher Out Of The Brooder

    Sep 13, 2012
    Well it has happened. Some simple minded surrounding lowlife [you might call them neighbors] reported me for having Guineas in the wrong zoneing area. I don't know why they waited a year to do so but sometime humans are difficult to understand. Needless to say I along with my animals have gotten very attached to these wonderful creatures. The flock of 5 all have names and are marked with leg rings to identfy each. The names you ask; a very proud male Gravey and his mate Jelly, and my first, Sausage and Jemima my fav's are lifetime mates and Buckwheat who's mate Biscuit has passed away recently. I have until April 1 to find a home for them which is difficult because they must remain together as a flock and have a safe place to roost at night. I'm located north of Ocala in central Fl. I wished I had known about Guineas 35 years sooner but glad to have known them in the autumn of my years. I'm selling this house and moving to 5 acres in N Ga and will have dozens more then. God bless all who love and relate to animals and forgive those in humanity who havn't been elevated yet. Thanks from your humble waddle watcher, Breeze
  2. PeepsCA

    PeepsCA Chillin' With My Peeps

    Mar 28, 2011
    Big Oak Valley, CA
    Sorry to read this Breeze, maybe you can find your Guineas a temporary home that they can stay at until you move? Nothing worse than neighbors like that.

    Hopefully you get moved to N Ga soon so you can have a gorgeous flock that none of your neighbors can ever make you part with.
  3. kuntrygirl

    kuntrygirl Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

    Feb 20, 2008
    Opelousas, Louisiana
    So sorry to hear that. :hugs
  4. sophiesmith

    sophiesmith Chillin' With My Peeps

    Aug 11, 2012
    Van Wert, OH
    sorry to hear that Breeze[​IMG]
  5. tomingreeneco

    tomingreeneco Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jun 29, 2010
    Greene County, PA
    Sounds like your neighbor needs an attitude adjustment. Wish I lived closer, I could help with that.
  6. KrisH

    KrisH Chillin' With My Peeps

    as usual I agree with PeepsCA. (even if she lives in california)

    a temporary home would be great, or move them first if you are moving very soon and have friends there that could help.

  7. memphis

    memphis Chicken Obsessed

    Aug 6, 2012
    I feel your pain. Just got a citation for my rooster. Only have a week to rehome him. He's such a sweet guy. I'm just so frustrated. He's been here a year.
  8. crayon

    crayon Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jun 7, 2011
    Hillman Michigan
    Errr.... So sorry. :-( I really don't understand people at all.

    (BTW, is your name Breeze? My daughter's name is Breeze and I have never seen anyone else with that name for real!)
  9. karensc

    karensc Out Of The Brooder

    Oct 3, 2012
    Hey WaddleWatcher,

    I hope you find a home for your birdies as quick as I did. I found them a great home and and I am happy with that. Seth assured me that he will have a good home and that is all I wanted for them. I did not sell them. I just wanted a good home for them and Seth is happy to have them with his chickens.

    Good Luck
  10. bemba

    bemba Chillin' With My Peeps

    Feb 5, 2010
    Mary Valley QLD.
    OMG some people! Nothing better to do with their time! I had guineas in a small suburban block, they would roam the neighbourhood, and they knew which yards to avoid with dogs etc, everyone loved them even though thye could be a pain at times, there are still 3 males living there that must be 10 plus yrs old.

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