SHARING MY ANGER

Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by Wulfagor, Nov 10, 2013.

  1. Wulfagor

    Wulfagor Out Of The Brooder

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    today,i woke up do my own stuf,eat,bath,etc...i went to the coop just like everyday..i went to check on my baby chicken in the coop,and i was so angry..went i look at my baby chicken legs,they are all bloody and almost each of their leg is twisted like 2-5 time!i know imediately NON of these are animal act nor snake or whatver..i know this is a human act..i suspect my neighbour since he always hate our chicken,always give us that kind of look...my baby chicken had their leg twisted thats all.. i might post the picture of it..anger and sadness...

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  2. DeckDuck

    DeckDuck Chillin' With My Peeps

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    You mean to say that your neighbor went into your coop at night and violently broke your chickens' legs?!!!
     
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  3. Wulfagor

    Wulfagor Out Of The Brooder

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    ok,then honestly did the snake came bye and break and twist only their toes,legs then decided to leave because he had a date?dude i realy love my chicken,and im super aggressive towards anyone that abuse animal..
     
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  4. appps

    appps Overrun With Chickens

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    perhaps you wouldn't be better off posting photos of the injury to see if there could be another explanation.

    If you believe it to be true report them for animal cruelty
     
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  5. DeckDuck

    DeckDuck Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I didn't mean to be insensitive. It's terrible that this happened to your chickens! I love mine like pets so I can understand how awful it must be. In fact, this is probably just about one of the worst things that could happen to livestock and every livestock owner's worst nightmare. At least a disease or predator, horrible though they are, is a known danger.

    I think you should call the police right away. Be sure to mention that this could only have been done by human hands and that you're worried for your own safety. Police tend to be much more concerned about people's safety than chickens', but it's not unreasonable to wonder if next time it would be your house or yourself that's targeted after something this violent and deliberate. Get the police out to your house to document and investigate this if you can.
     
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  6. Beulah89

    Beulah89 Chillin' With My Peeps

    OMG that's crazy! So the chickens are dead? Do you have a pic or is it too disturbing?
     
  7. TTracy

    TTracy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I am so sorry! What a horrible thing to have happened!
     
  8. MamaDoodle

    MamaDoodle Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh my God! What kind of monster..!? I'm so, so sorry...what can be done? :mad:
     
  9. rheston

    rheston Out Of The Brooder

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    I hope, as agonizing as it might be, you took pictures and contacted the police immediately. Whether or not they can do anything about it isn't as important as having this on official records with them for future times. I would also suggest putting locks on your coop. I have a lock on the access to the run are and another on the coop, ramp door, and nest boxes. It sounds like a bit of overkill but even in my rural area there are city slicker newbies to country living who don't yet know how to respect the privacy of their neighbors property and possessions.
     
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  10. ChickenPeep

    ChickenPeep Faith & Feathers

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    Oh that's terrible! Darn neighbors. :( I'm sorry.
     

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