Thank you. Only a real man wouldn't do that. Any other options?I look at the blasted animal--and no--I can't kill it.
Haha, so funny! Hope that cat doesn't get your birds.I should have stayed in bed-dark, gloomy, lightning, and thunder. More rain. Two ducklings gone, Two phoenix cross teens gone. Sick EWT. When it rains it pours, both figuratively and literally!
The neighbors got a new pet; cat. And it spends its time here. Live traps set out and rifle is loaded. The neighbors will not have their pet for long.
Oh that's a relief.. Hope everything goes well with the hatching eggs..The cat problem has been solved and best not talked about; highly irritating subject.
Today I'm cleaning brooders in the house and moving chicks outside or to a different brooder. A friend in WV sent me some hatching eggs from her silkied serama. Of the original 16, 11 eggs have begun to pip today, so it's time to get everything ready. With my memory, I want to keep these chicks separate from chicks from my own birds. The problem is that Nat has her silkied and smooth serama housed together so I'll have to cross my fingers and toes that some of the chicks will be silkied. Right now, I just hope the hatch goes well and none DIS. Once the hatch is complete, I'm going to take a break from the incubator and let the birds do the work.