Loss of pet chicken a disheartening event

I have lived in Hudson Malone Towers three years, and we have chickens we feed as an outside project. We had a beautiful red rooster who would come to the door to be fed and was a pet.

On Thanksgiving, five “homeless people” picked him up, killed him and ate him. Between the Methodist and St. John’s Church, these people wait for food to be given to them. I think some of these people should be working. The problem is they won’t work.

I am very upset over anyone picking up a pet and chopping their head off. People, watch your pets. This to me is disgusting because people in wheelchairs spend money to feed pets. This is something our city needs to look at. Watch out, Albanians.




waltspecht 2 years, 11 months ago

Hungry folks will look at a Chicken as food. Well fed foks might consider one a pet. Differance of opinion might be the root cause.


Sister_Ruby 2 years, 11 months ago

I applaud their sense of industry and choice to take care of their own needs instead of standing around waiting for someone else to kill, clean, and cook the chicken and spoon feed it to them.


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