Bathing a Silkie Chicken

Bathing a Silkie Chicken

Gary the Silkie chicken is a dirty bird! She was playing in the mud, then had the unfortunate mishap of getting pooped on. Watch as Gary gets her own personal chicken spa day, complete with treats at the end.

*Yes, Gary is a hen.

Gary unfortunately passed shortly after this video was filmed. She was unique; with a full personality that was unbecoming in a chicken. She will be sorely missed.

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