Arlo and Janis by Jimmy Johnson for December 18, 2021

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    Ahuehuete  8 months ago

    Sh!t happens.

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    alasko  8 months ago

    Feathers, more exciting than life with Arlo.

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    Out of Service  8 months ago

    The circle of life, the proper term is chicken hawk

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    Bullet Bronson Premium Member 8 months ago

    I hope it wasn’t Henery who did it.

    (Henery Hawk, Looney Tunes, 1942)

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    whahoppened  8 months ago

    Well, it wasn’t the snake. But it was the chicken they were gonna eat next week.

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    unfair.de  8 months ago

    It shouldn’t bother Arlo. But Ludwig might feel pressure to up his reputation as a fierce predator.

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    nosirrom  8 months ago

    People don’t acknowledge the steady hand on the helm, though it makes for a pleasant trip.

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    scott.duane  8 months ago

    Should have hired Foghorn Leghorn when he offered to pull Security!

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    annefackler61  8 months ago

    Just keep holding down the couch…potato.

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    david_42  8 months ago

    Had a visit from a hawk last Spring and one of the cats that staked out our bird feeders went missing. Maybe there’s no connection.

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    Pohka  8 months ago

    Argo’s a watcher and not a do’er. Take up cycling, become a Mamil (middle aged men in Lycra).

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    klapre  8 months ago

    Not being a farmer I thought that was a known risk for raising chickens. I thought a certain amount of “shrinkage” of the flock was expected.

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    MatthewJB  8 months ago

    I don’t understand Arlo’s comment. Please help.

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    mrsdonaldson  8 months ago

    Up my game? I don’t get it.

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 8 months ago

    Sent a photo of the feathers???

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    shorzy  8 months ago

    A friends friend lived in a mobile home where cats would have kittens…hawks and owls would pick off the kittens when they came out from under

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    Thanksfortheinfo2000  8 months ago

    When my kids were young, we had a house at the end of a street. We bordered a sandy, undeveloped area, with lots of vegetation. One day my seven year old daughter called me over to the window to watch a little family of bunnies. It was a couple of adults and a half dozen little ones. Suddenly there was a poof of sand, and one of the bunnies disappeared. “Look, daddy, that bird is taking him for a ride!” “Yes, honey, that’s exactly what’s going on…”

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    Out of the Past  8 months ago

    A hawk once swooped down and grabbed one of our ducks. He couldn’t clear the top of the fence though. The benefits of being well fed.

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    CynthiaLeigh  8 months ago

    Huh?

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    dv1093  8 months ago

    huh?

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    scott.duane  8 months ago

    Foxie sez: “That sucker chicken hawk takes the rap again!”

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    Moonkey Premium Member 8 months ago

    I once had a hawk circling my dog and I while on a walk. I kept moving my dog into my shadow, eventually carried her home after I heard screeching. They aren’t that common here, but after a fight with a goose trying to kill my dog once, I get very protective. (I won with the goose, and my dog was not harmed as I kept her behind me, and after the goose went for my face, I backed it off slowly by walking towards it while yelling and flapping my arms. That generally works for weird people, too.) My dog weighs about 18 lbs. I doubt my dog would have been carried off by the hawk, but she could have been seriously injured.

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    bevgreyjones  8 months ago

    I live in Philadelphia, in the central part of the city. I went out one morning to get the bus to work and not three feet away on the sidewalk was a hawk tearing a pigeon to shreds. It didn’t even glance at me. Falcons are living on the ledges of some highrise buildings, and once I saw an eagle sitting in a tree, also happily consuming a pigeon.

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    scott.duane  8 months ago

    Holo/6The strength of Mother Nature/Earth is incalculable.

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    David Huie Green-HavePityOnOthersYouWillNeedItToo  8 months ago

    Don’t worry, Arlo, we still find you fascinating.

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    Bill The Nuke  8 months ago

    My daughter had 6 chickens that were pets and something got into the coup one night and massacred all but one. My granddaughters were devastated.

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    Night-Gaunt49  8 months ago

    One place where I worked a hawk flew in.

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    Awesome Steelers  8 months ago

    Ahhhhhh Yeah!!!!!

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