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Ivy has taken to starting out her evenings in the nest box and waiting for me to lift her onto the perch.
She sits in the nest box because she likes to go to bed first or second and Daphne also likes to go first or second, and they couldn't POSSIBLY go together.
This early-bird tuck-in is only an issue because Daphne STILL cannot share the perch with Ivy unless sandwiched between her two orpington flock mates. I think she only manages then because she can't actually see Ivy.
If I put Ivy up too soon in the evening, Nancy gets off in a huff and I have to start all over again because Daphne shuffles menacingly along the perch to wallop her frizzly flock mate.
I've tried getting Fliss to sit between Diddy and Ivy instead but Nancy likes being in the middle (you get to choose these things when you're the boss) and Fliss likes being on the end with her non-eye to the wall of the cottage (sensible). Ivy just wants to be under someone's wing. Ideally she would sleep with Felicity because they snuggle like that during the day anyway but the current perch order preferences make that difficult.
If she's sleepy enough, Nancy tolerates being snuggled by a small frizzball but she pretends she's so far gone that she has no idea what's happening; something else we don't talk about.
So we have been doing this. Every night. For about two months.
This morning we want to acknowledge the tremendous work of some truly compassionate and dedicated individuals. This includes: Cairns Vegans, Townsville Vegans, United For Animal Rights, and several others. Together they saved over 170 battery farm hens, and were able to deliver them to safe, loving homes. This goes to show that everyone can make a positive difference in the lives of animals, and that kindness is a power we all share 💚 “Be kind to all kinds.” www.maridansmenagerie.org