“When I go to bed, she follows me to bed and sleeps there now,” Regier said. “Every morning at around 7:30, she starts peeping to let me know she’s ready to go outside. I’ll get up and she’ll follow me out of the bedroom to the front door, which I open to let her outside.”
Penny spends her days in the yard, socializing with the other hens, sunbathing and scratching in the dirt for bugs. But when her dad’s around, Penny is never far behind.