Flock of Escaped Chickens Ride Shotgun to Dunkin’ Donuts Drive-Through
A flock of escaped chickens that wandered through busy Maine roads ended up riding shotgun through a Dunkin’ Donuts drive-through. They were actually in an animal control officer’s service vehicle.
Animal Control Officer Jessica Jackson of the Casco, Naples, Raymond, Harrison Regional Animal Control Department said she was called out Wednesday. It was for a report of a flock of loose chickens wandering through traffic on Routes 302 and 11 in Naples.
Jackson said the chickens ended up gathering on a parked oil truck at the Dodge Oil Company.
The officer said she was unable to identify the owner of the chickens. So she was left with the task of transporting them to a foster farm for safekeeping.
Jackson said she attempted to shoo the birds from the front seat to the back, but the chickens became agitated and started pooping.
The animal control department shared a video to Facebook showing the chickens accompanying Jackson in the front seat of her vehicle.
Jackson said the chickens will remain at the foster home until their owner can be identified. She said they will become permanent residents at the facility if no one comes forward to claim them.
Have a look at the video of these escaped chickens! Hahaha