To keep him company, or rather because it seemed like the best place to put Raven, he is in the winter home with Petey. Petey will get a bunch of straw bales in his winter hoop house and then he will sculpt them into a den for himself. Captain Morgan will go live with Petey over the winter, since he has no feet and would not survive the cold without the ability to perch. Petey will keep Captain Morgan, the Japanese bantam rooster whose feet froze off, warm in winter. They will share some of their meals together too, though Petey is not much into sharing.
In the meantime, Raven has been crying pitifully, non stop for two days. He busted out today by pushing that hard little head of his through the chicken wire so now there is a straw bale to hinder his escape. Raven is used to wandering the yard, though he did not go any place other than to eat at the hay bale. Robbie, the border collie, liked to chase Raven, but he has never hurt him. Raven is used to Robbie and for the most part ignores him. Now Raven cannot wander and is confined to a huge cage. He gets out of every fenced area that there is on the farm because of diminutive size. This is the only alternative other than castration after weaning. In the meantime, there is a rabbit the size of the tiny goat living in the same house. Cute!