She got a hold of our lonely bantam rooster, Uno and our Delaware, rooster Whites. They will recover but, in this heat we will have to keep an eye our for them. Poor babies, neigher of the animals understand what happened but, we can not have a bird killer at the Inn. I have to occassionaly leave the farm to run errand or attend appointments. I thought Callie had so much potential however, this morning I notice she had gathered up dropped feathers from the property. That signalled a foreboding and now she is back at her original home. The boys handled Callie's removal well since, Uno is one of their favorite birds. I am seemingly the only one emotionally upset by this experience.
I want a puppy that I raise on a bottle like I did with a little mutt, TOAD, I picked up on Crete, Greece. Then I can train a puppy to suit our needs to be a watch dog and not a member of a pack.
P.S. Don't forget Shark Week starts tonight on the Discovery Channel. Perfect teaching tool for homeschooling parents and just good educational material in general.