Monday, 2 March 2009

Mavis makes an entrance

Mavis, one of the rescued hens, used to be very timid but is now developing a very bold personality. Previously she would hang back behind the others but now she's one of the first to try and mug us for grapes!

On Saturday she decided that if the grapes weren't coming to her then she would go to the grapes. The gate at the kitchen door had been put up to stop our previous two hens from sauntering into the house at will. They had been found wandering down the hall and checking out the dining-room and I'm sure would have been quite happy to sit on the couch and watch TV with us.

The gate may have worked for all other hens (not to mention dogs) but Mavis is obviously made of sterner stuff.



Mavis tries out Jana's unwanted (chicken flavour!!) breakfast.


Jenny said...

Ace! Theres a Fur and Feather show in Keith soon would you like me to get you an entry form!! Remember if you don't win don't worry "you always take the best chicken home"! x

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

haha...Mavis is a pretty cool chicken.

Eeew though.. Mavis trying out the unwanted chicken dinner and it looks like she was enjoying it!...LOL

Andrea said...

New to your glad I stopped by!! Your dogs are gorgeous! It's nice to "meet" you all! :)

claire said...

that's hilarious! what a clever hen.

i am a little concerned that she'd be willing to try chicken flavored dog food, though...

Amber and Nala said...

That Mavis is quite the hen!! I LOVE Jana's slow moves and watchfulness as Mavis is checking her *gasp* chicken flavored food. :)

Tee said...

Woooo, why don't you eat her up?

We would at Dog WOods!

Licks and Wags,

Tuffy of Dog Woods

Dughallmor Beagles said...

Oh that's funny! Ha, can you imagine my lot if there was a hen in the kitchen? I'd be peeling Beagles off the ceiling! Great pointing there Jana....and such self-control :o) And hilarious....if a little disturbing...that Mavis sampled the chicken flavour food!

Notails said...

poor Jana bad enough sharing your food with all those paps, now its the hen's. By the way they are looking really good