avian anatomy, but if that is her egg laying apparatus
under there it looks very sore to me.
When a UK woman, Jayne Blaine rescues them, they are
naked and cold, and in the few months while their feathers grow
these guys get jumpers knitted by caring folk.
Check out the stylin eyelash yarn on this chook.
I cant imagine what the measurement taking session would have been like,
but each chicken is looking for a home and she is expecting 4,000 more.
Ever wonder what happens to battery hens that have laid their last egg?
Bet you don't want to know, but you can guess.
Baxter says he only eats people chicken, and then from happy chooks
that live with their chicken feet in the dirt,
under real sun and sky,
but all things dropped on the floor or in the street no matter how revolting are his.
Or maybe just the jumper pattern.
it was back to the streets to warm some poles.
The guerrilla gardening rotunda got a horizontal warmer this time,
after a couple of mums stopped by to say that
their kids all adored the pole one.
Like the rotunda, it is a site specific knit up that
reflects the appreciation of excellent coffee.
See the fluffy milk on top of the coffee colored yarn?