OH MY is right!! That's a bit much. I hope they're housetrained!
I don't think you can house train a chicken, they have them too they said. Although we know of some friends that have a chicken they let in the house almost every day to eat cashews. She comes in for about 10 minutes, gets her cashews & goes back outside.
I have discovered Honcho and Remington in our house before. One day when my husband went to work in the morning he left the door open while I was out feeding the horses. When I got back to the house,there were two donkeys standing in our living room. I think they must have just gotten in because they hadn't done too much damage yet. Silly asses. Oh, and they knew they weren't supposed to be in - they had the most surprised look when they saw me.Our hen comes in too. She was raised in the house and so if we leave any doors open, she comes right in if you don't watch. She cleans up bugs which is good but she is definitely not house trained. I was surprised that those people's house looked so clean and neat for having animals inside. I really can't believe it is true. And how does that woman have time for ironing and picking up after animals! come on....
It's probably a good thing you found Honcho & Remy early in their adventure....!! I think Chili is probably Honcho's evil twin. He stays in trouble most of the time. Judging from the way my house usually looks, I would imagine they "cleaned" up for the pictures. Maybe not, I sure wouldn't want anyone taking pictures of my house, without some cleanup first. Have you worked anymore with Remy?
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