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Jennifer Aniston Now Keeping Chickens

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We’ve always known that Jennifer Aniston is a dog fanatic. Now the actress is broadening her love of all things great and small by keeping chickens.

Contact Music reports that Aniston found a chicken coop on her new property, and it included chickens! (Did the person who moved not take their feathered friends with them?)

The former “Friends” actress seems to be taking their care seriously. She’s also enjoying their company. Aniston said, “They’re very social animals, and they like it when you visit them with a cup of coffee in your hand. And according to my groundskeeper, they love pasta.”

More than a few people have quit eating animals once they got to know them up close and personal. We wonder if Jen will think twice about eating the winged creatures knowing now just how social they are.

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  • Georgina0912

    I thought about that too. Maybe next time she orders chicken at a restaurant she will think back of her own pets and connect that the meat comes from birds like the ones she has in her backyard 🙂

  • Michael Grey

    She will tire of them like her boyfriend and probably have a chicken fricassee!!

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