Awww! My heart skipped a beat when I read the title of your post, and I was very glad to see that there’s nothing but love going on there….or so it appears! Are they really just checking each other out and saying hello? A chicken and a cat – am I seeing this?
Aimee, sorry to scare you! Mickey (cat) likes to torture our chickens and other cat Stella. It appears Licorice (hen) has had enough since she charges after him if he gets close to her! I’m sure he deserves it.
Hahaha! Well good for Licorice for standing up for herself and letting Mickey know who’s boss. :)
You’re foolish to let your cat get that close; one scratch from a claw and your birds may be gonners. I have 3 cats and 12 chickens and do not ever allow my cats to stalk my chickens. That’s a permanent stay in the house if it ever happens. You should think twice before you’re sorry.
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