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Though she probably wouldn’t mention this on her business card, Liz Perry is a chicken matchmaker.

One of the few, if only, people performing the worthy service in southern Wisconsin, Perry helps unwanted chickens find new homes – homes where they will be egg-producing pets and not end up in a casserole dish.

As the number of urban chickens taking roost in cities and suburbs explodes, Perry – who owns two pet stores in Madison – has become the go-to foster mother for unwanted birds. She figures she’s found homes for as many as 250 chickens in the last few years. She doesn’t have a website nor does she advertise her urban chicken rescue services, but people find her anyway, often by posting questions on the

Originally posted by Dane Carlson on April 10, 2014 in Ideas.


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