We have a bunch who live in our area and they sure are mean to each other! Constant bickering.
I know Monkee would love to have a swipe at that turkey.
Wow - he's a big 'un Millie. What size will he be come Thanksgiving?! Did you mom put dibs on him for November?MeganSydney, Australia
and they're kind of tasty
We think he looks a tasty turkey!Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
We fink we'd be scairt of meeting a Turkey.
Bird TV turns slightly scary! I think I like the un-wild turkeys on platters better!
Hi Millie,That's a lady turkey. The boys are even bigger and REALLY scarry with bright red under their chins and turquois around their eyes. I see them outside my office in downtown Boston, too.Lizzie & 3 kitties
Yes, I've been in parks when the wild turkeys were on the attack. It pays to be careful. Hey, if I were a turkey and had any idea about human interest in eating me, I would probably be mean, too.For other folks (all of you kitties and doggies are certainly people!) reading this, check out my blog. I manage a homeless cat colony and a few foster cats. Get your ‘beans to check it out!Hey, wonderful creatures stay well!Debby http://homelesscatcare.blogspot.com/http://www.everyoneprofits.info/
are they going to fatten it up and invite it to thanksgiving dinner?
That's a big feed for the whole family, Millie !
My first thought was the same as Megan's - November!!!!Noela Sydney Australia
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