I wonder where he thinks she goes and what he thinks each day as he’s running to her again.
Good boy super loyal 12/10 would feed table scraps
When I volunteered at the zoo (back when I was 11 or 12), one of the animals we had in sort of a free-roam pen was a goose that thought it was a human. I think she'd been raised at the zoo since hatching, and just had the "latching onto the thing that takes care of me as mom" mindset, but she was super friendly to any of the staff that walked into her enclosure.
Got really awkward during mating season, though.
My boyfriend had a rooster (named Kentucky) who would do this exact same thing. He would also come running if you called his name. My mother in law always brings out that story if chickens are remotely brought up.
Picture a little pet dinosaur instead of a rooster.
My rooster would do the same! Except mine was less like: "I'm so glad you are home!" and more like: "What the fuck are you doing outside!? Get back in your coop!"
I wish my rooster was this nice. My rooster attacks me for having the audacity to exit my house.
We had chickens when I was growing up. When the old rooster got kicked out due to a younger one taking over the pen he came and lived with me, we were best friends. He followed me everywhere and we played for hours everyday. He died of old age in my arms :(
If it hadn't been in the title, I'd have had no idea what that was running away from the camera.
She's returning from school without a backpack?