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  1. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    I heard that it has been changing though. :fl Most colleges allow spiders and snakes now so that is a sign.
  2. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    No, some colleges do allow pets. I just need to hope to find one that fits with what I want. :fl
  3. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    Too late he will remember forever. :plbb
  4. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    Nail polish and all! I can't believe that he forgave you. :lau
  5. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    :bowRoo with pants...:bow
  6. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    Understandable. :lau
  7. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    Well, that's an easy answer! Chicken on your lap and the cat beside you. Cats get enough love. :plbb
  8. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    I can just imagine what that cat is thinking. "Untouchable moving nugget..."
  9. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    True but I am still interested in hearing some people's stories about how it was like, is it ok for the chickens, and what colleges allow it. 😁
  10. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    Oh, yeah, there are now chicken diapers! That is a cute rooster! 😍 Quick question since he is an indoor pet do you have to wash him or give him access to a dust bathing area? Also, is crowing a problem?
  11. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    Roosters would most likely never be allowed because colleges are usually in town limits and owning a rooster in town is most of the time illegal. I don't think the chickens will be that upset because I have heard about many stories of people raising 2-3 (preferably 3) chickens in their houses...
  12. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    Like most colleges, you need to ask if you can bring your dog there and chickens are considered as farm animals so your sister might or might not be able to bring chickens to her college.
  13. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    So far my plan is to call the college for permission. I'll be going to college in a few years so it might take a while. :confused:
  14. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    They have to allow you to then! :lol:
  15. DogAndCat36

    Chickens in College?! :o

    I have been thinking, in a few years I will be going to college and I will have to find a home for all of my chickens. When I graduate they will of most likely died of old age by then... So I am curious has anybody else bring their chickens to college and did they thrive? Tell me your story...
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