Yuck.........gosling chucked up!

Discussion in 'Geese' started by mtacagni, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. mtacagni

    mtacagni In the Brooder

    Aaagh stunning,....... I was putting the goslings to bed last night and as I picked one of these gorgeous cuddly fluffy little guys up he threw up over my face, and yes it went into my mouth, down my neck and up my sleeves, [​IMG] how nice, don't you just love these little guys! I think he'd just drunk most of the water bucket!
     
  2. aineheartsyou

    aineheartsyou Songster

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    OMGosh that is gross! [​IMG]
     
  3. animalpro24

    animalpro24 Songster

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    Hahahahahaha, hope you don't mind me laughing.[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  4. Denninmi

    Denninmi Songster

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    Was it sick, or was it just some kind of flight or fight reaction?
     
  5. Orange Ribbon

    Orange Ribbon Songster

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    Mine have done that a few times too when startled. Not in my face though! [​IMG]
     
  6. mtacagni

    mtacagni In the Brooder

    Quote:Yes it was sick, it's dried nicely on my coat! I think it was just me picking him up after drinking, suprised us both I think!
     
  7. Lamar Estate

    Lamar Estate Songster

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    My ducks and chickens have done that, too. It's never been THAT much on me or IN my mouth though!

    (The birds are usually not sick--it's just from picking them up or they move too soon/fast after drinking a lot of water.)
     
  8. That happened to me, but the goose dribbled all over my clothes. On the face, in the mouth, oh, yucky . . .
     
  9. DeerFarmer

    DeerFarmer In the Brooder

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    Mental note to self...Never startle my Geese while carring them!!!!! [​IMG] You Poor Thing!!
     
  10. hcppam

    hcppam Songster

    [​IMG] yuckkkkkeeeee not a fun thing to experiences [​IMG]
     

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