Hello from Illinois

LibRat

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6 Years
Apr 23, 2013
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Hi! I'm new to this site (obviously lol) and we are not chicken farmers or anything, but we recently acquired 10 colored chicks. 2 green, 2 blue, 2 pink and 4 orange. After about a month, we realized there were too many chicks and not enough of us! We kept the two green ones and the other eight are happily living in the country with my in-laws. Needless to say, now these two greens (only their heads now) are extremely spoiled. My husband says I'm nuts lol But I am glad to see there are other people who love their chickens! They are very entertaining and I truly think they don't know they're actually chickens. They follow us everywhere, clean our "feathers" and purr like cats (? What does that mean, exactly... That's a new one to me) all in all I've never enjoyed a pet so much! They are hilarious
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drumstick diva

Still crazy after all these years.
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sounds like your chicks have accepted you as their flock, that's why they are preening you and purring (sign of contentment). Hope they don't go offering you a worm or two.
 

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