This last summer I did some work with the local SPCA and Bird Rescue in newyork. At a farm festival my family runs we had a lady who brought rabbits and chicks for everyone to "pet". As it turns out she was simply selling all the animals without proper care instructions and leaving them out all day in deplorable condition. After her rooster collapsed the SPCA had her sign over her animals. The bird rescue took the worst of them and left one young bird with me. I ended up homing the little guy to my aunt who has a farm and a small producing flock(also has a meat production flock every summer). He got 3 months of separate QT from the other birds of course. The little guy is quite the bird though. From day one he has had 0 fear of people, 0 aversion to them and a total fear of other chickens. Every time we would open his pen he would fly up into your arms and every time we let him out into the yard he would fly up into your lap while we sat in chairs. He is literally a Lap-Bird. Loves petting and just snoozing on peoples laps. Terrified of the other birds(no reason either, they like him well enough.) Without further adue, I give you my little man, Seraph. Sitting in a lap of course. He can fly too, very well. However, he never goes anywhere but the lap. Quite the looker too. Can't wait to see him in the summer.