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Man Builds Wife’s Chickens a Mini “Coop Town” And it’s The Cutest Thing Ever-Video

If anyone thought that guy who built an elaborate tiny restaurant for the squirrels in his neighborhood was over-the-top, wait until they see the full-fledged tiny chicken coop town this guy built for his wife’s chickens, complete with hotels, cafes, and even a jailhouse for miscreants.

The man’s wife owns a flock of chickens and she’s always wanted a suitable coop to house them all. What she wasn’t expecting, however, was a straight-up town that could pass for a down-sized human dwelling. Photos of the medieval-era mini coop town were shared on Facebook by a woman named Colleen Thermos.

We are used to people going over-the-top to make the most elaborate abodes for their pets dogs and cats, like this guy who built floor-to-ceiling towers for his pet felines. Chickens, on the other hand? Not so much. This guy’s wife must dearly cherish her birds if he went to such extreme lengths to make them comfortable.

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If this coop town was scaled to a size suitable for humans, the villagers would have every facility down to the last detail because the builder simply thought EVERYTHING through. The aesthetics of each structure is so incredible that I can’t seem to choose my favorite spot yet.

The Chicken Coop Town even has a plaza

There’s a one-story “beauty salon” available in town, with white curtains at the windows, and a detailed price list out front. Clients at the “Saloon Girls” have to pay in egg currency, where 1 hour goes for 1 egg, 1 day goes for 6 eggs, and a week of their esteemed services goes for 12 eggs. There’s even a lamp hanging outside in case “business” runs late into the night. Wow!

This project is absolutely amazing and must have cost a great deal of time and money. No details are available about the building plan, but it’s unlike anything we’ve seen before and people online are inspired. The Facebook post immediately went viral and has since been liked 17,000 times and shared 229K times. It’s no wonder why.


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