Love Roost


The Crooked Little Hen and Mr. Hyde have a longterm reservation on this armchair room at the side of the porch. They are the only two who roost here at night.


  1. Julie says:

    Those two crack me up! They definitely have their own love shack/roost! Every time you post about them I hear the B-52’s Love Shack tune in my head and hum it the rest of the day!

  2. Tracey In Paradise,Pa. says:

    :snoopy: Love is in the Air!! SO sweet!!
    Granny Trace

  3. wkf says:

    Boy he still looks run down, He really took a beating. At least he is happy with his girl again! :snuggle:

  4. CindyP says:

    I just love all the unique personalities that come from your animals……. the love birds, the sheep that thinks she’s a dog, the goat that thinks she’s a queen……….

  5. Karen Anne says:

    Yes, the poor guy, I hope his eyes are okay.

  6. Leah Durham says:

    Poor Mr. Hyde living in exile in order to stay alive.Hope he’s healing up!

  7. Kim Gibson says:

    He’s still a bit chewed up looking, but content, definately content with his lady.

  8. KentuckyFarmGirl says:

    Love Shack Baby Love Shack!!!! :shimmy: :shimmy:

  9. Goldenval says:

    I really get misty-eyed over these two. Two outcasts who had found each other and have decided to love and care for one another. I think its beautiful and would love to see baby chicks from them. I, too, hope that he’s healing up ok. Don’t feel guilty please….at the time, I, like you, would have thought he was the Alpha rooster myself.

  10. NorthCountryGirl says:

    It looks as if Mr. Hyde is doing pretty well for himself. He’s no longer a member of the “coop clan” but has elevated to a”loftier position on the porch…on cushions, no less! Hmmph! He can look down his beak at those lowly roosters while he cuddles with his girl. Take that, you ruffians!!!

  11. G-Mama says:

    I am so happy to see that Mr. Hyde is looking better. The caring ministrations of his beloved are apparently restoring him to health and happiness. The two of them contentedly roosting on the chair is such a sweet picture of contentment. I also want to tell you congratulations on the birth of the two pairs of twins. I go to this post every day to keep track of life on your farm. Now I am looking forward to stories of the farm babies. Hopefully, Clover won’t let us down this year. She has such cute babies. Thank you so much Suzanne for sharing your life and talents in such a wonderful way.

  12. Barbee' says:

    He is looking better, though. Thank you for letting him use the cushion while he was so miserable. He needed that.

  13. Jo says:

    Oh that is so sweet. What do you think you’ll do with them in the future? I’ve heard that a chicken with a crooked beak like that could pass that on to her chicks…..but they are so sweet together!!!

  14. Nancy in Iowa says:

    This is all fine and dandy and romantic, but I’m worried about her OTHER suiter on the back porch!! Isn’t she still a bigamist? (or is there another name for a chick with 2 husbands?) Does she divide her time and run around (or through) the house to see the other one for a while? Did she give the 2nd one the boot, er, claw? :chicken: :chicken: :chicken:

  15. Runningtrails says:

    That is so sweet! Its kind of you to let them have that space too, even if you have to clean off little chicken piles. You have a soft heart. :happyflower:

  16. JoLinda says:

    All I can think of is the song that the Misfit Toys sing on Rudolph.

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