So my girls are going to be models I work in PR for a college, and our office puts out the alumni magazine. My (young*) ladies are going to work with me on Monday to be photographed for the magazine. I have special permission to buzz in for the photoshoot and buzz right back out, so the whole shebang shouldn't take more than two hours from being dropped in the crate to returning to the run**. So, does anyone have any advice for me? I don't believe they'll need a full bath (famous last words), but their feet could do to be washed, and I might need to do some spot-cleaning. Any suggestions for spot-cleaning? We're talking buff hens and brown hens, so thankfully I'm not dealing with white. They'll be wearing their pinless peepers for the trip to avoid picking in the crate, and I'll be sure that they have a layer of good clean straw under them to try to keep them clean on the drive as well. Any suggestions for a travel emergency kit? Lots of paper towels, I'm sure. A crock to water them when we get there and right before we leave. A small packet of feed to try to encourage them to do what the art director wants (THAT ought to be interesting). Anything else I'm forgetting? *the old hags are going through molt. The only spot they're fit to be photographed for is a centerfold -- naked chicks. **assuming no escapees.