Mrs Norris was collected from a caged farm just before the country went into its third lockdown. She was one of a group of four hens that had been reserved for a family but when they measured their hen house they realised it was too small for four hens. Sadly, Mrs Norris was left behind at the rehoming collection point, safe from slaughter but homeless. The plan to rehome her as company for a pair of hens locally was scuppered by the avian influenza housing order and so she remained in her temporary foster home. Now she would like to find a permanent home with a family who ideally have a couple of hens already.
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WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?
There was a lot of interest in Mrs Norris and she has now happily settled into her forever home.