Media Feature on CNA Insider (14 July 2022)

If you're considering rescuing abandoned pet chickens or adding some feathered friends to your backyard, there are a few things worth giving a "cluck" about. Chickens can make delightful and entertaining pets, with their own unique personalities and social behavior. They are also relatively low maintenance, requiring a secure enclosure, a place to roost, and a source of food and water.

But chickens are more than just a novelty pet. They are intelligent animals that can be trained to do simple tasks and, if kept as part of a small backyard flock, can even provide you with fresh eggs. And with some breeds living up to 8-10 years, chickens can be a long-term commitment.

If you're interested in learning more about the joys (and responsibilities) of pet chicken ownership, be sure to check out our video feature with CNA Insider on "Rescuing abandoned pet chickens." In the video, we delve into the ins and outs of chicken rescue and share five things about these feathered creatures that are worth giving a cluck about. From their social nature to their egg-cellent egg-laying abilities, there's a lot to love about pet chickens. So why not give these birds a chance and see if they're the right pet for you?

Check out our video feature with CNA Insider on "Rescuing abandoned pet chickens (and 5 things about them worth giving a cluck about)"
Interview done by Liew Zhi Xin.