Okay, definitive proof that chickens do NOT attract mice... My cat was just playing with a baby mouse she grabbed from my neighbour's garage, when, before I could intervene to let it go somewhere else (yes, we're softies when it comes to cute furry critters), the chickens saw and went nuts. They grabbed the mouse--which was alive--from the cat, chased the cat away, then fought over the mouse which made frightened squeaking noises that broke my heart. Anyway, it was over in a few seconds and Rose, our Rhode Island Red/Columbian Rock cross ate a whole baby mouse by herself and I feel like I need some Zoloft (for me, not the chickens). Anyone know if this is fine, or if Rose is going to have some intestinal trouble? She ate the entire thing in one whole gulp after killing it. Will she be okay or will she be barfing it up, or constipated or anything like that???