My chickens live a normal life in their coop and run. The five of them have a run 15'x12' and 6' tall, with their little "school house" coop inside. They have roosts all over and I see them "climbing" on anything I put in there, and they cool off under the coop. Now for the spoiled part. Whenever they see me enter the garden (a fenced 75'x15' area of the yard) They run to the door of the run and line up like school children and wait for me to let them "free." If I don't, if I am just in there to grab something, check on something, look in on them, Nelly starts talking and tells me just how mad at me she is. Then I feel bad and I usually go let them out. Then they enjoy themselves all over the garden. I will go out later and they are lounging around in and among the plants. And they look at me with these eyes that say "Don't make us go back yet." Are these girls, and one boy, spoiled?