Yesterday, I received a frantic phone call from my neighbor. She had just seen two jack russel terriers attacking something gray in one of my pastures. I have a few gray hens and two gray barn cats. I grabbed a gun and ran outside. I saw the two dogs and recognized them. They knew they were busted and took off before I was close enough to blow their stupid heads off. I called the owners and told them politely, but firmly, to round up their dogs because they would be shot if they came back. Then I did a head count. All chickens were present and accounted for. The rooster was standing alert and had all of the girls in the coop. I have two coops. After work, I let the chickens roam in the yard for a while. I alternate every other day which coop is opened because the roosters will fight. Last night Gimley and his girls were out. Some of you might remember Gimley. He was the crippled chick I hatched last year that had to come to work with me because both of his feet and legs had bandaid braces. Last night was his first test. He passed. All of the girls were in the coop and out of sight of the dogs. I think it was a gray barn cat that the dogs had. He was dropped off here last spring. We have been trying to catch and tame him but haven't had much success. He won't let me catch him to see how bad it is. The ding bat neighbor did come down looking for her dogs. I could tell from her idiotic, bubbly attitude that she just didn't get it. I did make sure that she knew that she would be paying for any vet bills or losses. I have no idea if she found her dogs or not, but she is aware that they will be shot if they come back. BTW this is the same person that used to own a great pyrenese that used to chase and bite our horses. She kept letting that dog roam until she was threatened with legal action. This is the first time that the terriers have down here, and it had better be the last.