OMG - I just saw what has to be the funniest thing I've ever seen. We just had some heavy thunderstorms come through and I had my chickens out in the yard free ranging. I use a bungy cord to hold the door open to their 10 X 16 run so they can come and go as they please. The Coop/Run is about 8-10 feet from our backyard garden shed and they like to go in between to get to the grass that doesn't get cut because my rider won't fit between. So, it starts pouring and all of my chickens make it back into the run and under the coop...EXCEPT...Ava, our Golden Laced Polish (which we are still trying to figure out if she is a he or not). Anyway, she is an absolute ditz, but we love her. She gets "stuck" behind that door and can't figure out that she has to go around it to go into the run. She just kept pacing from the fence to the door trying to figure out how everyone else made it back into the run. Finally, our RIR Rooster, Red, came out of the run and walked around the door (now, mind you, it's still pouring), so he comes out, walks around the door to help coax Ava back in, which apparently scared her and she proceeded to to run all around the yard in the pouring rain to get away from him. The whole time he's chasing her trying to get her to the right place, but she keeps going in circles. Finally, she goes back towards our back fence and I guess Red decided he'd had enough and went back into the run, under the coop with the rest of the girls and left Ava out in the rain. She must have stayed back by that fence for about 15 minutes. My husband I laughed so hard. Sadly, I couldn't get my camera in time to video it, or I would have. Ava ended up having a bad hair day. It finally stopped raining and now they are all out enjoying the yard again. Imagine, if you will, a big RIR Rooster chasing a small Golden Laced Polish around in circles, only trying to help her. HYSTERICAL! Ava's bad hair day. Just to give you an idea of the size difference in these two. This photo was taken a few weeks ago. They are all the same age, almost 20 weeks. Thanks for letting me share. Hope you all enjoy reading the story as much as we enjoyed watching it unfold!