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Elegant and safe chickens wear minimal pink vests to cross the street

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Elegant and safe chickens wear minimal pink vests to cross the street

How did the chicken cross the street? By wearing a splendid pink vest, obviously!

A quaint little inn in Perthshire, Scotland, gave their hens a makeover that is both elegant and useful — they were given high-perceivability vests for security while they crossed the street.

Louise Lennox, proprietor of Glenshieling House on Hatton Road, Blairgowrie, shared this video on the Glenshieling House Facebook page of some of her chickens wearing their new attire while going for a walk in the road.

Glenshieling House paylaştı: 18 Ağustos 2017 Cuma

Did you realize that fluorescent pink is this present fall’s most smoking shading? These hens are up to date.

As indicated by STV NEWS, the informal lodging has 14 hens that periodically stray from the property. Lennox trusts the vests will make drivers back off as they see the chickens in the road.

Glenshieling House paylaştı: 17 Ağustos 2017 Perşembe

“I have 14 hens for my B&B, which assist with the breakfast side of things, alongside a cockerel,” she said. “They ordinarily remain in the garden yet a few them jump at the chance to go for a small meander down the way and once in a while over the street. I just idea it would be a smidgen of fun and would likewise protect the hens, so I put a few vests on the vagabonds.”

Glenshieling House paylaştı: 17 Ağustos 2017 Perşembe

Lennox accepted this open door to utilize the chickens’ vests for publicizing, as well, as every one has “Glenshieling House Girl” and the B&B’s telephone number imprinted on the back. Along these lines, local people will likewise know where to restore the meandering hens.

Despite the fact that a couple of the chickens are more daring than others, Lennox says “they generally do return home.”

So a la mode. So protected.

 

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