Chines Silky Chickens are a leading cause of ‘Chook-Induced Anxiety’ – a condition which has recently been added to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (revised addition) and a condition which afflicts renowned psychologist and writer Gabrielle Bryden of Hervey Bay, Australia. She is still suffering from this condition and is unlikely to recover until all chickens in her possession have gone to chook heaven and are in a state of nirvana.
6 thoughts on “Chinese Silky Chickens”
I’m sorry but those are some of the funniest things I’ve ever seen. Are they incredibly vain in an 18th Century French aristocrat type way?
Well yes – of course. They have the lovely fluffy pantaloons and pompadours (like powdered wigs) and they flock together gossiping about the days activities and government affairs.
Oh how lovely they look. So clean and white. They must be shy the way you can’t see their faces. mmmm very cute!
I don’t think Pompadour can see very well with all that fluff in her face – she is the most jittery of all my hens and maybe that is why. The others only have small pom poms.