The Bok Flock a feathered family
You're joking aren't you? I'm sure you are. You just wanted to get a reaction, right?
Mrs B, I love you but I have to tell you that this is taking chicken love TOO far woman!Although 1 could be ok for sick chicken emergencies. But then again the sick chicken wouldn't be walking around the house!When are we having a Melbourne blog gathering?
Ha!--You crack me up! Do it!!
Nooooo! I think you're joking. But if you're not- your chook will end up with a very pooey, matted bottom as all the mess will stick to it.
VeggieGobbler has a point. Plus, think of the laundry effort!
LOL !!!!!!What a chicken leash?? Did you go to the link and read the article? Very funny.Or maybe they could lay an egg in it.TOO FUNNY!!!! (No I'm not serious LOL my chooks come inside but get chased out again pretty quickly)Phoebes - I'll organise one for this Spring! Wheeeeeee hooooooooo!!!!!! x
Hey Mrs Bok I've nominated you for an award. :)
as someone who seems to spend days and days scrubbing chicken poo off my deck, I am inclined to say this is genius!
handy for gathering fertiliser!
They have their place for certain situations. EG: when chooks are used for the pets as therapy scheme, but I'm glad you're just joking about getting them for your chooks. lol
I would never have imagined that these exist :) I'm now so amused with the concept that I want you to get them just so I can hear of their virtues!
Oh Mrs Bok, but you are serious aren't you?!? I would love you to test them out for fun - I would like to see photos of the process of you getting them on the chooks and then some photos of what the chooks do after that. I don't think my girls would like it. A video would be fun to see too :-)
Very cute! LOL!
Hee, hee - I saw these on face book and thought they were a joke, lol - let me know how you go with them..... Just wanted to share a little chook story, only you could appreciate. My husband was a little worried tonight... He came home form work and little princess and I were with our 7baby chicks acting as surrogate mother hen (as my lot wont consider adopting, cheeky hens) - sorry I got off track. So hubby gets home finds us in our little "kingdom" scratching around with the bunnies and chooks. So he pulls up a chair - well, Mr Will (rooster) didn't like another male intruding on his "girls" and began to crow. My husband was shocked when I called Will over and scooped him up in my arms, laid him on his side and he fell asleep cradled in my arms! He thinks I have gone over the edge ... but I just don't want my boy to be taken away for making too much noise in the burbs!!What do you reckon? Too far? Take care and have fun with the nappies!
Will you be buying one of the little sparkly leashes to go with them? Tee he.
Yes dear, you've lost your mind. :) I looked at chook slippers - have you seen those? Pete flat out refused to even discuss them.. :)http://www.indoorducks.com/
love it! I'm with Bells knits....x
oh dear that's just too funny for words. Thank you - I needed a good big belly laugh. I have cross-posted with a link back here x
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