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A Chicken Prayer......Please

November 23, 2009

In my last blog, Chick Pick of the Week, I noted that Little Renee has not been feeling well. Unfortunately, she's still not feeling well. She's having upper respiratory problems and it's difficult for her to breathe.

She goes to a new Vet tomorrow to see if there's another med that we can try, but she needs all the well wishes and prayers that she can get. She's truly the sweetest little chicken you could ever have and we are hoping and praying that she makes a turnaround soon.





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