Life doesn’t seem very fair when you’re the only girl in the house. The chickens are all girls (I hope) but they’re not actually inside my house so they can’t really count. Vince and Chad are both so used to having good food available any time they want it. Speck has learned from them apparently.
As soon as I start cooking, Speck starts hitting his bowl . . kinda wiggling it around on the tile floor so it makes enough noise that I notice he wants to eat too. If I don’t immediately jump to attention, grab the bowl and fill it up, he gets more aggressive with bouncing the bowl around. I usually just pick the bowl up if I’m not going to fill it immediately and that stops the noise.
When I was fixing breakfast over the weekend, I guess my mind was somewhere else and I wasn’t paying attention to him. First thing I knew, he’d pushed his bowl all the way in the kitchen . . right in front of me.
Guess he thinks there’s more than one way to get my attention.
He did finally get his eggs! Please excuse the dirt at the kick vent. I sweep in the morning and don’t turn it on til Chad wakes up because it makes noise when I turn it on. No need to wake him any earlier than necessary . . another mouth to feed! 🙂