On Memorial Day our neighbor called us. She was on her golf cart near the Hamburger Store. She said there was a hen in the middle of the street and she wanted to know if we were missing a hen. I told her that we would check to see. She drove up while we were checking. She had already checked with other owners and none of their chickens were missing. Kimberly jumped on the cart and they took off to try and rescue the hen fearful that she would be killed by a vehicle. They quickly caught her. Our friend handed her to Kimberly. The hen nestled close and laid her head on Kimberly’s shoulder. When we got back to the house, the hen first resisted being put down and continued to cling to Kimberly. We have since determined that she is someone’s pet and we would like so much to find the owner because she seems lonely and missing the owner even though she is loving to us. Call us at the number below if you are missing a pet hen.
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