Watermelon!

Scrummy!

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The feasting went on for quite a while.

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Everyone joined in, and no one gave way for some time.

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But I’m worried about Milly. She isn’t really eating any mash in the mornings …

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  1. I thought my girls had bedraggled tail feathers but hers are really ragged! She does have a lovely red healthy looking comb though. I hope she perks up soon.

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