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We humans tend to think animals could never be mean. I have a Yorkie that will go after my Husky's face when she wants something the other has. That pretty face and eyes are all the Husky has going for it and someone tries to eat it? That's wrong man.
And here's how she looked when I gave her a sip of water. I couldn't catch her delighted eyeroll with her lids partially open, darn it--what an expression of pure joy it was. My little feathered Chucksterbunny here is such a sweet, silly goof.
By then, GirlyGirl was holed up and glaring. At first, she was sprawled on the floor of her enclosure facing away from Chuckles, and I thought my she-monster was blasé about the whole thing. But when I was holding up Chuckles' wings so she could dry, I caught sight of GG's stinkeye from her den, an an old pressed-tin toy-train tunnel. She was NOT amused, but the hen was an hour away from being fully dry. GG didn't blink the whole time, and after I put Chuckles back, I saw nothing but scaly ass for the rest of the evening. I'm surprised I didn't wake up with my head shaved and a placard around my neck with DIRTY STINKING COLLABORATOR scrawled on it.