we have a flock-ette of 3. the oldest one, an SLW, is moulting and has become skittish and scared of us in a way she wasn't before. Also, all 3 have suddenly become indifferent to being called in for treats. I used to shake the sunflower seed jar and they came running and ate eagerly. Now they ignore it and not only do I lose a part of my day I love, sitting quietly with them before work, it is also a drag when we want to pen them (we put them in when we leave our property because our only losses happened when we weren't home). They like their pen-go in on their own often to eat, drink, lay, dust bathe, hang out; in other words not chicken prison for them. It's like they got spooked-even the one who always jumped up on my lap to get her treats won't do it now. I don't think she or the other one are moilting-if so, they are "soft" moults unlike the hard moult the SLW has been going through. They are laying well, even with the lower light of the fall (not the moulter) and are exhibiting no other signs of illness or distress. Do they get sick of treats (yikes, talk about spoiled)? They showed more interest in an apple yesterday but still with a great wariness they never had before. Am I missing something?