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    Amazon You Can Buy A Harness For Your Chicken So You Can Both Safely Cross The Road

    Despite their popularity in the fried and oven-baked variety, chickens actually make pretty good pets.

    My family had a chicken coop in our yard for a little while, and every morning we'd get to wake up, collect fresh eggs, and sprint away as fast as we could while ten angry hens tried to peck through our socks and steal our shoe laces.

    You never realize how much chickens like human interaction until you take care of them yourself. They like to be held and petted; they have different personalities, moods, and attitudes; they have preferences for foods, sleep in different ways, and can be just as emotionally complex as any cat or dog. The one difference being that they're, you know, chickens

    You can encourage them in different ways, but you can't really train them to do tricks or perform actions that could be life-saving (stay, drop it, come).

    But that doesn't mean that there shouldn't be a market for chicken-centric pet products. Where are my chicken toys? My chicken outfits? My soft-sided American Air Lines approved chicken carriers?

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    Originally posted by nirolf View Post

    Amazon You Can Buy A Harness For Your Chicken So You Can Both Safely Cross The Road

    Despite their popularity in the fried and oven-baked variety, chickens actually make pretty good pets.

    My family had a chicken coop in our yard for a little while, and every morning we'd get to wake up, collect fresh eggs, and sprint away as fast as we could while ten angry hens tried to peck through our socks and steal our shoe laces.

    You never realize how much chickens like human interaction until you take care of them yourself. They like to be held and petted; they have different personalities, moods, and attitudes; they have preferences for foods, sleep in different ways, and can be just as emotionally complex as any cat or dog. The one difference being that they're, you know, chickens

    You can encourage them in different ways, but you can't really train them to do tricks or perform actions that could be life-saving (stay, drop it, come).

    But that doesn't mean that there shouldn't be a market for chicken-centric pet products. Where are my chicken toys? My chicken outfits? My soft-sided American Air Lines approved chicken carriers?
    Mare e gradina Domnului!
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