Montego Bonbon fought the good fight. He fully recovered from his surgery and the test results showed that the surgeon was successful in removing all of the cancerous cells. After a few months in the house under close supervision for infection or complications, I decided that my sweet Bonbon was ready to go back out to the coop with his 2 beloved hens Willie and Goldie. He spent his days dust bathing and playing in the woods int he large covered run we have for our flock. Because of his already questionable genetics, we never bred him, so Montego Bonbon has no off spring, but he left his own special legacy. He died about 8 months after his surgery of unknown causes. He went peacefully in his sleep. He will be missed, but the life he was able to live because of the skilled medical professionals that treated him was it’s own reward.