A chicken has moved into our garden, clearly well loved and healthy,I think it is a Sicilian Buttercup (possibly a cross) it is free to leave our garden, and often does so, but it keeps returning to us!. I'm trying to find its owners but in the meantime want to care for her. As she came over Christmas I couldn't get her special chicken food, but have fed her a mix of wild bird grain and seeds, metalwork and suet pellets which I normally give the garden birds. She seems to love it! The nights have been very mild here and she has been roosting on a tall planter next to the outside wall 8f our kitchen, where our burner makes the wall warm and snug! One night she slept on a windowsill and another night she rooster in a laundry basket full of straw. However tonight she won't settle and is trying to get inside the house! She keeps pecking at the bold doors and flying at the glass, making it really clear she wants to be inside with us. If I can't locate her owners I'd be happy to home her..she is really engaging and people friendly! I never realised chickens were such characters! I'd really appreciate any advice on all aspects,such as food, roots, coops etc...and what I can do to make her comfortable in the short term, I have left my barn door open, and the playhouses, the woodshed and the garden shed, but she won't go into any of them, and keeps trying to be with me....help! ..a chicken novice!