Today around 3pm I was waiting impatiently in a parking lot outside a Dunkin Donuts. Suddenly a red pickup pulls up. The lady came out of the truck, hugged me, and handed me this tiny black fluff ball. She is a frizzle cochin bantam, about a month old. I took her home and I'm already beginning to like her. Just a little background info: I do not keep my birds like most of you do. For I am not allowed to have them outside in a coop. So I keep them in my house full time with play dates to the outdoors. I don't have a big flock. 1 spoiled duck, 7 parrots, and now this little girl. She is different than most of my birds. If she wants to get somewhere, she just goes there. My parrots and my duck can't climb stairs but she has no trouble. She is really friendly and tolerates (possibly enjoys) handling, petting, touching, etc. She doesn't really like the prototype diaper I made her but they all fight a little at first. It's part of being an indoor bird in my house I guess, haha. She seems a bit underweight as I can feel her chest plate but she has a huge appetite. I'm just hoping she doesn't ingest any of her bedding. I'm seeing some potential for command training with her. I can easily see her coming/jumping/flying to her name or returning to her coop on command. It's really a decked out m-lg dog crate but I call it a coop! She will be very happy with me. Her and Quacker had an okay introduction and although they are different species I feel that having another poultry bird in my bedroom while I'm out will benefit them both. I would never trust them together due to size difference but as long as I'm right there with full attention I do let them mingle. Here is some pictures of her. Oh and....SHE NEEDS A NAME!