Chasing a Rooster

On Sunday we visited the Farmyard again with friends. While waiting for them, Boeta got a chance to explore a little. He was walking around and saw his favorite “prey”…chickens. They were in for some exercise.

DSC_0028 DSC_0032 DSC_0035The hen shot off to the left, but the rooster was firmly in his sights and had to move his glorious butt to stay ahead. This was no ordinary rooster. He knows all about little people chasing him.

DSC_0039After a bit of a chase, Boeta saw a feather and walked toward it, while the rooster got himself sorted after the run.

DSC_0040 DSC_0042This was a bad idea, Boeta picked up the scent immediately, focus changed. Mom, always in attendance, held him back a little and said “leave the poor rooster alone son”, but daddy said to mom to let the little man go, the rooster is used to this.

DSC_0043The rooster, as to prove daddy’s point walked calmly down to the path, Boeta coming down, carefully and when he was down the rooster just walked up to the grass again. He knows all about this, we were sure now. Boeta was seriously hampered by this move, but it did not stop his enthusiasm one bit.

DSC_0047 DSC_0049 DSC_0052 DSC_0055Time for Mr Rooster to run again….

DSC_0060 DSC_0064He eventually played his trump card and slipped through an opening in the fence. Game over.

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30 thoughts on “Chasing a Rooster

  1. sheldonk2014 says:

    I am a hat person, so I noticed Boeta’s, I love hats,I lived next door to a rooster for years, it drove me crazy,yes in the city someone had a rooster,don’t know how they got a way with it

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