The culprit is.....
~~~Hmmmmm last Sunday our neighbor who lives across the road called us that she saw a dog walking towards her backyard carrying a chicken on his/her mouth. She described the color and I immediately knew the dog, he/she used to come to our yard but that time we don't have chickens. So I didn't bother to chase or do something not nice to the dog. But we were still wondering who could be the owner of that dog. Fortunately, later on that Sunday afternoon another neighbor came by and we talked and shared about what happened to our 7 chickens. We were cleaning the chicken coop that time, so he went around the neighborhood to find who could be the owner of that dog, and because our across neighbor described it as white brown and short kind of dog he knew what he would say to our other neighbors. Fortunately (again) one woman neighbor saw something too, a dog carrying a chicken on his/her mouth, we have now two witnesses then. So our very nice neighbor who goes his way to find out reported to us that it's our other
neighbor who lives way way back from the first witnesses house owned the dog, hmmm, now at least we knew who to watch and look for. IF (in capital letters) somehow this dog will cross (again) in our property line talagang may dadanak na dugo. Hehehe.
~~~That Sunday, we got our first fresh organic eggs. The first one that I cracked open has two egg yolks. I noticed that the fresh ones or what we call in Pinas "bisaya or native itlog" perks up and it has deep orange in color. Now I am counting the eggs everyday. Yesterday, Tuesday we've got 5 or 6 brown eggs and when I picked it up it is still warm. Fresh from mama hens butt hehe.