Things have been intreging here at Wiggly Pet HQ recently, the humans spent ages building a house in the garden, the smallest wiggly woo who is now talking and apparently called a toddler and not a baby, thought it was for her and so did we. We were very concerned about how she was going to keep warm in there but it looks a very nice house.

Hen house awaiting

Then they turned up with the paper work boxes in their arms, they seemed to be struggling with the boxes and strange ethereal sounds were coming from within. It was a strange warbling grak!

Jean unleashing the chickens

The eldest wiggly woo who really is getting quiet big these days and is now what the humans call a “child”, lifted the lid off the boxes and these reptilian heads stared out at us.

Rescue hens not quiet sure that they are allowed out of the box

Then on of the brutes jumped out of the box and knocked poor Alice straight off of her feet (Alice would like me to point out once again that we do not have feet, I would like to point out yet again that in fact it is a figure of speech and she shouldn’t get her knickers in a twist, she says she doesn’t ware … oh wait now why did she hit me?).

Hens being dusted for red mite

The human male then sprinkled this weird dust on the creatures, it smelt very strange but then so did the animals. It is apparently to stop red mites – this seems a shame to me as if they are going to adopt more things like this surely the humans should be glad if they come with several hundred or so parasites each – mores the merrier I say!

(Alice reckons I would change my mind the first time I was bitten – I reckon she wont be liking these feathered reptiles for very long, I mean have you seen their beaks? We are only small creature after all!)

Anyway they then put the poor things in the house they had built – this mainly seemed to be because on of them had pooed on the new shoes left by the back door by one of the human’s. Me and Alice are very sad to see that they have been locked up in the little house especially as the humans said they were rescuing them from being in small places and being forced to lay eggs!

Scraggy rescue hens in the run exploring

I asked the humans what they were and they said they were dinosaurs, and looking at them I think she may well be right but I thought dinosaurs were extinct. Maybe the humans have finally sorted out their technology – I’m sure I saw a documentary about some dinosaurs being cloned (Alice would like it noted that she has explained the difference between fact and fiction to me.)

Rescue hen Felix

Anyway we are planning mission ‘Free the Dino’s’ hope to see you all next week :)

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