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July 2013

baby chicks!

                                        CHICKEN UPDATE!
Our baby chicks here at Eltham Hen House are just over 5 weeks old and are nearly ready to go outdoors! They are very nearly fully feathered, and are getting very big!
 We think so far we have a pretty even mix of Pullet/Cock and they all have such great little personalities!

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                                           What a Summer!
 What fantastic weather Summer 2013 has given us! I cant remember a longer period of hot sunny weather than this for a good few years!
 
 Here at Eltham Hen House summer has been a test for most pets, we must feel sorry for furies in this heat - they all have fur coats and cant take them off for a bit to cool down.

TWO MALE GUINEA PIGS NEED A NEW HOME!

              Two lovely male guinea pigs need a new home!
 
We have two male guinea pigs that need to find a new home. Their owner boarded them with us to see if they were the cause of his Asthma coming back after years - and sadly they were, so they are in need of finding a new home -
 
 They are males and have now been here 8 weeks and I can honestly say they are lovely! they are friendly and loving and eat anything you offer, don't bite and are very funny!

Our baby chicks are getting big!

                       OUR CHICKS HAVE GROWN SO MUCH!
 Our baby chickens are now 10 days old and we still have 10! they are all starting to get feathers and learning power jumps, which is very funny to watch - one will be fast asleep until another power jumps on top of it - sleep finished! 
 
 They still need to have their heat light for about the next week or so, then they can move into a larger area like a plastic indoor rabbit cage - which will be great as they will have far more room to play!
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