There is an internet trend called “pet shaming” where owners of cats and dogs have their pets confess their bad behavior to the rest of the world using placards – examples of the bad behavior being reported are things like, “I peed on my mom’s favorite slippers” and “I locked my mom and dada out of the truck.”
I thought to myself, why is it that only cats and dogs get to admit their past indiscretions? There are so many other pets that occasionally deserve credit for their spectacular misbehavior.
And so, I submit to you, the first ever (and probably not the last) “Chicken Shaming.”
And you want to know the sad thing? When Marc replaced the keyboard, Charlie went and did it again.
That was about as close as we’ve ever gotten to having one of our chickens in the stew pot. :-)
What about you? Any chicken shaming secrets you’d like to share?
Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com
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