Combie Eating Organic Watermelon & Chillin: Loved Pet Chicken
Combie the Sweet Rooster Boy is not just smart he is spoiled rotten and he deserves every bit of it. Watch as Combie is happily enjoying his organic watermelon treat.
Combie Eating Organic Watermelon & Listening to Thrift Shop Music
"Combie eats all sorts of goodies, today he gets his own slice of organic watermelon. He also enjoys music and was dancing (head bobbing) and crowing (On The chorus "I'm gonna pop some tags") to Thrift Shop but every time I tried to get it on video he would stop. Oh well" (Colorful Canary).
See More About Combie The Sweet Rooster Boy
Combie is a very sweet rooster which is why he got the nick name Sweet Rooster Boy. His first name was "Runner" but after his comb developed, well you can plainly see why Combie was a more appropriate name. Combie suddenly went lame in his old age and had to have a wheel chair. He is a very calm and very loved pet chicken. After hearing about Combie, watching his video's and hearing his story, we were inspired by his adorable, sweet personality. His story will touch your heart. This is our Tribute to Combie. Go to Combie Sweet Rooster Boy's Story
See More About the Colorful Canary (Combie's Owner)
Voted one of the top 25 Green bloggers for 2012 Pet Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQRwKiCiFq0c7NguqCBXfAYrKFqWT0cQY Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/colorfulcanary Twitter: https://twitter.com/ColorfulCanary Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/colorfulcanary Google+: https://plus.google.com/117241184200251556646/posts ♥ ♥ ♥ I created or have permission to use all photos and videos (Colorful Canary)
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