Sure, the season may be over but the drama never ends — and The Real Housewives of Atlanta ladies have been having a wild time in Georgia lately. First up, Kenya Moore's dogs still are so cute ... but it seems like they may *also* be naughty.
She recently tweeted "Decided to get training for my dogs. 1st 10 minutes dog fight breaks out with a pit mix. So glad the teacher told me to keep King out for now... not sure about this."
First off, let's mentally replace the "pit mix" descriptor with "larger dog" because, honestly, it's the size of the dog that's a bigger problem than any breed. Many larger dogs treat little dogs like a toy — simply because they're either instinctively bred to hunt "small prey," or because they don't have any exposure to smaller things that move that are not toys.
Annnyway, we're happy that King and Twirl are no longer running wild around Moore Manor — if this trainer doesn't work out, we're sure a RHOBH 'wife or Vanderpump Rules SURver can offer her a rec out west.
Meanwhile back at the farm (and by farm we mean Cynthia Bailey's house in Sandy Springs which may be sprawling but is definitely *not* a farm), there's a goose who wanted to make himself a lil too comfy at Lake Bailey. Good thing Bai Lei wasn't around to stand up as Cynthia's protector.
She shared on Instagram, "So I just had a little unexpected visit from one of the ducks from the lake. He flew onto my deck but couldn’t figure out how to get off. I was scared of him so I couldn’t help. After about 10 minutes, he pooped on my deck (thanks for leaving a receipt) & he finally flew away. And now the patio DOOR IS CLOSED!) in my @neneleakes voice) Anyway, good morning from Lake Bailey
CORRECTION!!! It is a Canadian goose not a duck according to @lneslage. Thank you for snatching my wig
Not one to be upstaged by anyone else's drama, then NeNe Leakes added:
"Like @cynthiabailey10 we had a visitor today in the backyard! A FOX Thank God he was on the other side of the fence because we had just let Playa out to potty! They gone need to change our name to The Housewives of the Wild living out here in these Georgia woods PS: I’m glad Mrs Scooter didn’t see him Chile! She woul’da caught him and brought it in the house and said it lives upstairs"
Now Playa is pretty small and foxes (like coyotes) are a real threat to pups playing in the backyard. We're happy her pup was inside and safe when NeNe spotted this fox. But that makes us think ... what will the next wild animal spotting in the A-T-L be? A moose ... or perhaps an elephant?