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In Chicken husbandry on September 12, 2011 at 6:27 pm

Sept. 12th

We had an overnight guest of the canine kind the other day.  CeCe’s mommy (a new neighbor and resident of our little house) had to be away from home so we volunteered to keep her for a day and night.  The B’games have lots of aminals, but we’ve never had a dog so this was a new experience for us.  Actually we’re not sure if CeCe qualifies as a dog.  She’s a caramel-colored fluffy-puff of fur no bigger than Buster!  I always thought poodles were temperamental but this little girl acted like the queen of the castle.  After she got used to her new surroundings we introduced her to our crew.  She met a variety of creatures during her short stay with us. First she met some nice humans.

Miss Tama

Miss Terri

Then she began to meet the critters.

Miss Terri's dog Bruiser

Then a bunny…

Buster is confused.

Weirdest looking rabbit I've ever seen.

Then she met some kitties…

Rowdy is NOT amused. (see the puffy tail)

And then CeCe met the girls.

I can lay eggs, can you?

Chase me, I dare you!

Herding chickens. They were not cooperating.

 
At one point during the evening, there were five species of creatures in the Burlingame back yard!

Kitties and doggies and chickens OH MY!

Four species of feet! (nice gams Tama)

Later that evening I was worried that she might start missing her mama, Miss Barbara, but she just pushed Missy off her spot on the couch and watched TV with Jim.  We enjoyed her short visit and I think she had a nice time too!

I'm coming back here soon!

Disclaimer:  Although a sporting event does appear on our TV screen in this photo, I can assure you Jim was not watching football. He was just channel surfing between programs on the cooking channel, Lifetime and Oprah.  It’s OK, he doesn’t read the chickendiary so he won’t know I divulged his feminine side.  Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

Egg count: Rosie- Four perfect eggs in four days, Violet- Bupkis, Daisy-Zilch

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  1. Looks like a petting zoo to me. Love it.

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