And today, hens and roosters, we bring you the latest in little chick fashions from that unmistakable team, Dolce and Eggbana. This season we introduce a bold, Southwestern style for your little ones. Not for the meek and mild ones in your brood, these coats are a stand-out in any crowd.
The careful cut accentuates the best of your little ones' attributes, showing their pretty wing feathers and fluffy feet and legs, while providing them with a layer of extra warmth for those chilly winter days. The warm reds, greens and golds in the fabric really work well with any feather colours, allowing this style to adapt to the wide range of feathers we see so often in the young these days.
Observe how the neckline allows for....oh...what's that? You're worried about the dog? No, no, no, don't be at all worried. That's just a large couch potato dog. He likes to do a "cushion" impersonation act. See, he's not even moving. Really, he's just part of the furniture. Don't be alarmed...he's a racing greyhound, rescued from the track, but entirely uninterested in chickens. He prefers to sleep the day away.
Back to the coats, observe how the collar allows your little one complete free movement of the head and neck, with no restrictive ties or uncomfortable straps. These little coats stay on because of the way they gently fit around the wings of your young ones.
See, the dog is sleeping now, because he is entirely bored with fashion. And just look at how happy these little ones are running around in their winter apparel. They'll be warm and toasty all season long. Buy now, these won't last long!
p.s. For anyone who is wondering why I have frizzle chicks in the house, it's because I lost 2 of 4 due to cold temperatures last week. All the other chicks have been fine. I think the frizzles get cold because their feathers don't stick to their bodies like non frizzled chicks. In any event, these live in the house for now. They are about 4 weeks old. The light coloured one is named Omelet because she's golden brown, and the grey and white one is named Pepper, for obvious reasons. Omelet was nearly gone when I found her, shivering and lethargic. I quickly brought her in and warmed her in the incubator. She perked up after about an hour and has been fine since. Please be mindful if you have frizzles - they are not cold hardy!