A Full Recovery

May
26


Mr. Hyde was looking pretty poorly back when his dear Crooked Little Hen convinced him life was still worth living even with droopy tail feathers (see the story if you missed it), but he’s back to strutting his stuff. (He likes to walk in the tall grass and smell the wildflowers when the other roosters aren’t looking.)


Here’s how he looked then:

He’s all better now!

See my post on Homemade Ranch Dressing Mix at Farm Bell Recipes today!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 26, 2010  

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  1. 5-26
    6:47
    am

    He’s all pretty again! Such a beautiful rooster :chicken:

  2. 5-26
    7:00
    am

    He is a pretty rooster. Hope he does not get pecked on again.

  3. 5-26
    7:15
    am

    So glad he is recovered and back to his handsome self. Smelling flowers? I’m sure Crooked Little Hen sensed his sensitive side. She is to be commended for her rescue efforts and success. It was a sweet story.

  4. 5-26
    9:02
    am

    I am so glad. The poor guy.

    Does he still live safely on the porch with CLH?

  5. 5-26
    9:42
    am

    He’s a handsome little fella http://chickensintheroad.com/wp-includes/images/smilies/duckangel.gif

  6. 5-26
    10:15
    am

    So glad to see he’s all better! Nature can be SO cruel sometimes…

  7. 5-26
    11:44
    am

    Good going, Mr. Hyde! Glad to see you’re better.

  8. 5-26
    12:43
    pm

    Such a beautiful fellow…good job LCH!

  9. 5-26
    12:44
    pm

    oops make that CLH!

  10. 5-26
    1:29
    pm

    Beautiful Mr. Hyde!

  11. 5-27
    1:05
    pm

    He is so very handsome !!

  12. 5-27
    1:55
    pm

    Love conquers all. :heart:

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