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Five Teardrop Grass Roosting Pocket bird houses made of woven grass. Please state pick up time in reply.
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Large cage 26"x14" 36" purchased new at wayfair 90. In s attleboro near coelho school
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Five Teardrop Grass Roosting Pocket bird houses made of woven grass. Please state pick up time in reply.
MEET MRS FEATHERBY! Mrs Featherby and her sisters were rehomed because her owner thought she had stopped laying eggs. She is relatively young, as hens go (about three or 4) and may be a little past her prime but she still has many egg laying days ahead of her. She is a large black hen and likely a Black Plymouth Rock. When she does lay, her eggs will likely be brownish pink to light tan. She is...
MEET MISS BIANCA! Miss Bianca and her sisters were rehomed because her owner thought she had stopped laying eggs. She is relatively young, as hens go (about three or 4) and may be a little past her prime but she still has many egg laying days ahead of her. She is a large hen and likely a Plymouth Barred Rock. When she does lay, her eggs will likely be brownish pink to light tan. She is able to ...
MEET MADAME UPANOVA! Madame Upanova and her sisters were rehomed because her owner thought she had stopped laying eggs. She is relatively young, as hens go (about three or 4) and may be a little past her prime but she still has many egg laying days ahead of her. She is a larger hen and likely a Welsummer or a mixture. When she does lay, her eggs will likely be brown to light tan. She is able to...
MEET AUNT SARA! Sara and her sisters were rehomed because her owner thought she had stopped laying eggs. She is relatively young, as hens go (about three or 4) and may be a little past her prime but she still has many egg laying days ahead of her. She is a larger hen and likely a Rhode Island Red type mixture. When she does lay, her eggs will likely be brown to light tan. She is able to live pe...
MEET CLARA CLUCK! Clara and her sisters were rehomed because her owner thought she had stopped laying eggs. She is relatively young, as hens go (about three or 4) and may be a little past her prime but she still has many egg laying days ahead of her. She is a larger hen and likely a Welsummer or a mixture. When she does lay, her eggs will likely be brown to light tan. She is able to live peacib...