Yes, we've already featured Pet chickens in tutus, but what about their little chicks?
What should they wear until they grow up?
Well, people on Instagram have found a solution – tutus made from cupcake liners!
We are totally obsessed.
As chickens are becoming increasingly popular as pets, It goes without saying that they deserve the same treatment other pets get from their humans - proper food, some cuddles and a comfortable environment to live in. But what they also need is a healthy engagement with the outside world. A chicken harness is indeed great, but how do you feel about a special chicken stroller?
According to YouTuber 'White House on the Hill, this cat is one of five barncats who has been banished from the clowder.
But fear not, he now lives with the chickens and is pretty darn happy living amongst his new feathered friends!
If you're looking for more cat content, there's 200 of the best cat memes of the decade right here!
I think we can all admit we are impressed by these animals. If watching movie bloopers tells us anything, doing any activity in sync with one or more people is a headache and a half. All the more reason to appreciate these talented pets for just having a knack for it. Maybe there is some sort of hypnosis involved, but either way its a pretty neat trick.
Want to get yourself in sync this week? Release some of that nervous energy with some laughs at these hilarious huskies. Or maybe these completely shocked cats, but either way, the result will be laughter, we guarantee it.
It's getting colder so you know what that means!! Its sweater weather and layers and scarfs and gloves and just trying to keep super warm! And we aren't the only ones looking for the best sweaters that will do just the job and make us look super cute! Chickens have also gotten into the trend and are totally rocking it!
A woman in the UK doesn't give cluck what you think about her obsession with knitting sweaters for her chickens.
She's just happy to help them stay warm this winter.
Nicola Congdon and her mother Ann have been rehoming Battery hens for years now. Battery hens, which spend most of their lives in cages to lay eggs, have trouble acclimating to cold weather once rescued.
So these two animal lovers just knit them tiny, adorable sweaters.
They don't charge anyone who might need a chicken sweater, but they ask that a donation be made to a children's charity in Africa.
Some people as far as Canada have inquired about the sweaters.
Lookin' good, chickens. Lookin' good.