I hit Pet Smart today to get things for my neighbors' barking dogs (clicker, treats). I picked up 2 cats toys for my cats, who played wit them for about 30 seconds. Next time I'll just wad up tin foil. I also got 30 crickets. Lessons learned: 1. Don't let the chickens see the bag of crickets. Gwen popped a hole in the bag within 4 seconds of my bringing it into the back yard. 2. Make sure the banty gets a couple. The others were total pigs. 3. Don't hold a cricket. Gwen popped it on my hand. 4. See & remember rule #1. Gwen grabbed the bag from me about 2 mins later and ran away with it, spilling all but about 3-4 crickets on the ground. Those were gone in .067 seconds, once the chooks realized what had happened. So much for giving them some crickets tomorrow. 5. When you pull the last cricket out of the bag and it's cleaning its antennae, tell it that it doesn't matter how clean the antennae are - they're still delicious. 6. Don't let chickens see your fingers for about 5 mins after the feeding frenzy is done. They will still be excited and will try to grab your fingertips just in case there's a hidden cricket on your skin. That was fun!