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missing two chickens and 2 rabbits

Discussion in 'Lost and Found Pets' started by raven2uk, May 30, 2010.


  1. raven2uk

    raven2uk PetForums Newbie

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    not amused when 2 of my chickens went missing and hoping they have turned up somewhere as i live in a property with a bit of land. i have kept the others shut up just in case, but are usually free range.

    two days ago a man came to my door saying he had picked up one of my rabbits. he had managed to get up the drive way. i usually get up at 6 and let the boys have a run around but my postie has started getting a little lapse and leave the gate open. he promised to return him that evening and he hasn't turned up. so don't know where my aleex is. he has just become a dad as well. =0(. it was by accident i was told he had been done but was keeping him away from te girls till the vet had a look. but my grand daughter is only 3 and let him in with the girls and i have 2 litters. so clearly someone was fibbing. but leo my lion head was so depressed with out him and routine he was having his exercise and has totally disappeared. can't believe it. i am gutted. i don't like locking my pets away all the time but it has got to this. i am in the lincoln area.
     
  2. borderer

    borderer Guest

    might be a fox about:(
     
  3. raven2uk

    raven2uk PetForums Newbie

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    just no evidence of foul play
     
  4. mickyb

    mickyb PetForums Senior

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    Put an advert in your local shop hope they turn up well
     
  5. raven2uk

    raven2uk PetForums Newbie

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    thanks have tried that. just seem a bit weird. they have been out for a while and not a problem. but leo tends to stay close to home and doesn't like to venture far.
     
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