We’re movin’ on up

Sometimes your neighborhood improves because you move to a better one like this:

and other times you just stay put and the neighborhood improves. How does that happen? : Birds move into itThe next door neighbor buiilt a chicken coop and filled it with chickens! That’s what we needed in this neighborhood-


About Kismet

I'm a 16 year old Indian Ringneck parrot curmudgeon in New River, Arizona in the wild west country. If you're a sunflower seed, you're dinner.

27 comments on “We’re movin’ on up

  1. You are so much prettier than your new neighbors.

  2. We have lots of chickens in our neighborhood also. A new trend we think – but would rather have more parrots!!!!!! You all are more fun we think, Yes?

  3. I loved that show. It was a hoot.

    More birds. More noisy birds.

    Have a fabulous day and week. ♥

  4. We must live in an upscale neighborhood, then. Our neighbor across the street have chickens. When they had a retarded rooster who crowed all night was the only time I ever saw murder in my husbands eyes. I never found out what happened to that bird.

  5. And then, one by one, they disappear. Don’t get too attached.

  6. yes more birds!!! what a fab idea!!! …we hope our neighbor is brave enough to get new chickens too, we loved his guinea fowls, but the other neighbors say: hence away satanas abraxas! (what idiots!)

  7. Uhoh…..the only upside is maybe your humans can get some nice fresh eggs!

    Hugs, Teddy

  8. My neighbors built a fancy dancy “She Shed” for their chickens. That coop is not moving up it is just moving in.
    Sugar Billy

  9. Hope you and your family receive some ‘egg-ceptional’ benefits from the new neighbors. 🥚

  10. as long as there is no noisy rooster…you’re all set!

  11. Eggselent!!! We hope they share eggs with you….faux pas….uh oh. Hope you can talk to them.

  12. Welcome to the neighborhood chickens. We hope they will be quiet and not too loud. They look very cute. Thanks for the share. Have a wonderful rest of your day.

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