Ok, maybe this is going to sound silly to you because I'm a city slicker who has had minimal contact with chickens and things, but do you ever sit there and just stare at creatures like that and think how amazing it is that we share a planet with something so cute and odd? If baby chickens didn't exist, they could be the stuff of sci fi movies.
There ARE no words. Those things are so freakin' cute I can't stand it! Kind of a bummer they have to grow up into chickens. Not that I have anything against chickens, per se - just not as cute!
why do I want to see this onein the shoe in the background....
I love the pics.Is the little chick mooning the camera the same one giving the "I don't take any nonsense" look in the next pic.And that last little chick has a bit of a Mullet and or little richard look going.
Is it just me or does the yellow one remind you of the cartoon chicken Foghorn Leghorn?
Steam me up - I do nothing but stare at them. I, too, am a city slicker. I hope the awe never wears off.Dana - oh but the grown chickens are cute, too! Especially when they come when you call them. Admittedly, not as cute. Or fluffy.neb - I'll work on that, although she'll probably poop while she's in it. Sorry, Studley.jabel - 1)yes, it's the same, and 2) the yellow one DOES have a mullet, which will turn into a feathered hat to rival that lady you keep talking about.Laggin - I hope not. Although Lucy doesn't believe me, roosters don't lay eggs. Oh, and our neighbors would arrive with torches and pitchforks if we had a rooster.
I have words. Five words, in fact: No Chickens In The House.I don't allow any animal that can't control its bowel movements in the house. It's just a quirky little rule of mine. My husband keeps trying to convince me that it would be funny to let the sheep in the house just once. I would not laugh.
I NEED A CHICKEN. I WILL PET IT AND LOVE IT AND FEED IT AND CALL IT GEORGE. SOoooooooooo cute.
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