Our sign in peace

Our sign in peace
Our sign in peace

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

A ravished chicken and a Maxi Pad!

   What do you do when you discover your chicken has been pecked beyond just feathers but down to the skin and you don"t have any bandaging material handy? You improvise! I am a Wildlife Rehabilitator by trade so I am used to having to use what I have, so I whipped out the peroxide, bandaging tape, anti-biotic cream and a Maxi Pad!  First step was to clean up her deep and mean wounds and then make a make shift bandage. I will be researching how to make a "Chicken Dress" for her, I have seen these for hens who are favored by the rooster. In her case she is a chicken I took in a few years ago that was found wondering the streets in Waterbury. She is picked on by everyone, but she is the sweetest thing. When I returned her to the coop they were all afraid of her make shift "Chicken Dress"! So I guess "Sherry Lynn" Wins!


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