I am the proud mama of nearly 40 little feathered butts, and while I am currently having a coop built for them and it will be here next week, they are in a brooder in my bathroom until it gets here. My question is, once they are out there living in the coop, is it dangerous to ever bring one of my favorites inside the house for some quality time so that I don't have to spend all my time out in the coop? My neighbors across the street have owned chickens for years and they scared me when they told me that you can't ever bring a chicken inside or it will die. These are the same people that told me to buy 30+ chickens if I wanted 10 to survive. I love spending time with my chicks and they get excited when mommy comes into the bathroom because they get to come out of their brooders to play and snuggle with me. My golden sebright pip prefers to sit with me rather than running and playing with the other birds. And I have a fondness for my wyandotte roo. He actually already comes to his name. Any info that anyone can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone!