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Re: [Los-Angeles-Urban-Chicken-Enthusiasts] More Chicks Up For Adoption

From: user 1.
Sent on: Saturday, August 14, 2010 6:08 AM
Fantastic,

let me know when you are available. I have a commitment this morning but will be back in the afternoon and around tomorrow. I am saddened that we have to do this, but yesterday when I was bringing them in the alpha coyote who is the height of a wolf was lurking about watching me. The pack lives in an empty field on the other side of my neighbors!


On Aug 13, 2010, at 11:25 PM, Shannon wrote:

Hi Kim,
My name is Shannon, you met my husband Akif at the coop meetup last weekend.  We live in Riverside and would love to take the chickens off your hands.  If they are available, we can take all three.  Let me know your thoughts and we can work out a way to meet up!!

Best Regards,
Shannon

On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 6:30 PM, Kim <[address removed]> wrote:
After much research, pondering and soul searching we decided to give up our attempts as raising chicken. The neighborhood coyotes have been surrounding our house and we know an attack is imminent. The chickens are in at night, and we keep them outside and safe during the day, but we also have young kids and little dogs. Would love to find a great home for our:

(1) Australorp hatched around May 19th

(2) Rhode Island Reds hatched around June 14th

(1) Brahma hatched around July 20th

They are all beautiful and healthy. They have been enjoying organic veggies and pasta as well starter feed. The Austalorp and Reds hang together, and the Brahma is still a little young, we keep them near each other, but keep her away from pecking danger.

Please don't hesitate to call if you are interested. Happy to send a photo. Live in the Silver Lake area.

Thanks,

Kim

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