My youngest chickens, born this spring, apparently got use to me picking them up and putting them in their former cage, so now they wait for me to put them to bed. They insist on all getting on my shoulders and head before bed time. Turns out one is a boy, and he feels he MUST sit on my head before bed, even if that means stepping on everybody to get there. I have a chair by the coop now and they sit there waiting for me. My year old hens don't want to go in the new coop and I have to put them in, as well. They come to my back door saying "awwww, awwww" like they're going to tattle on someone, until I come out and walk out to the coop. I had 2 ducks, didn't know they could not go up a ramp. They want me to lift them, but run from me for 10 minutes and scream like I'm trying to kill them, first. Unfortunately, one got caught by a raccoon the other night when we could not catch her right away. The other one is still playing the "catch me" game at bedtime. These stinkers are wearing me out.