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Strange pet/animal behaviour 
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I'm also interested to hear what your weirdest animal/pet behaviour is. Our cat likes playing with the bubbles in the bath ~ she also plays fetch. One chook likes laying her egg in the laundry basket...entry through the dog door.!! :shock:

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Thu Jun 03, 2010 7:48 pm
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I have a jack russell that like to climb peppercorn trees so he can jump over the fence and take himself for a walk.

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Thu Jun 03, 2010 7:53 pm
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We have a rooster who is completely uninterested in the hens but does spend a lot of time chasing the other rooster around trying to hump him!

The rooster being chased also likes to hump the ducks that are in the same pen.


Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:05 pm
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[quote="Em"]We have a rooster who is completely uninterested in the hens but does spend a lot of time chasing the other rooster around trying to hump him!

That reminds me or an old joke :lol: but maybe not suitable for the forum

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Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:08 pm
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I think I may know the one you are talking about...


Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:14 pm
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Yes Em I think it was on another forum before they pulled it down, but it is funny :lol:

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Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:17 pm
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I must have missed that one but do I really want to know.

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Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:27 pm
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We are all adults, it can't be that bad right?

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Farmer comes home from an auction with a new rooster, takes him up the back to the chook shed and lets him go. The new rooster walks up to the old rooster in the yard and say right move on mate they are all mine now. The old rooster looks at him and says what cant I just have those two old hens over there in the corner of the yard? Nup say the young rooster, just bugger off mate they are all mine. Tell you what says the old rooster how about I race you, winner takes all the hens? Your only wasting your time says the young one I know I will win, so I tell you what old timer I will give you a head start. Ok then says the old rooster once around the farmers house winner takes all. They line up and the old rooster takes off head down bum up and runs for all he is worth, the young one gives him a count of 5 and takes off after him. The old rooster runs up the road and past the farmer on the front porch and screams as he runs past, as the young rooster runs past the farmer he unloads his shot gun and the rooster is blow to bits. Damn says the farmer thats the third GAY rooster I have bought this month.

Tried to do it from memory so hope it got it right guys

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Yep every bit as funny as i remember :lol

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