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Good post @Ridgerunner. x2 especially on this "They look really pathetic when they are truly soaked." For anyone that thought a wet dog looked pathetic...they ought to see a wet chicken, lol.

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Okay. Yeah my girls have shelter. We always leave the door open. The other 3 chose to go inside but no matter what, Sunny (my Buff) insists on being outside. Last winter she got wet once and sat by the light to warm up. So I guess she knows what to do. I tend to baby my chickens. I literally cut our leftover food into bite sized chunks for them... My parents think I'm ridiculous. Hahah
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