Never in her wildest dreams, could a woman have imagined what she witnessed after returning home from a holiday. After a get away with her partner, this woman returned three weeks later to their flat in Moscow, Russia to find several little chicks. She claims that these chicks hatched from supermarket eggs.
The couple earlier believed that the sound was coming from some faulty electrics.
However, they later found several of the eggs that were left on the kitchen windowsill had begun hatching. Irina, the woman in question, reported, “We started calling our neighbours, acquaintances and friends.”
She shared, “They set up a box, put hay into it, rushed to a pet store and bought a special lamp, so they (the chicks) would feel warm.”
The couple told that they were really worried about the new chicks. They had a sleepless night after their return as they feared those little ones might die. They shared a couple of photos, where tiny chicks can be seen breaking out of their shells and later roaming around their new happy place.
Irina loves her new flatmates and she can be seen feeding them with her hands.
According to the reports, the chicks are doing well. Those active little cuties enjoy pecking at the seeds that the couple scattered around their flat. They haven’t confirmed what their plans are for the chicks. However, Irina has made it clear that they will not contact any health watchdog about this incident.
This is not the first time such type of an incident has made the news!
A woman from Surrey alleged in 2014 that a quail chick had hatched from the eggs she had bought at the local Waitrose. The 49-year-old Many Clayton shared that she had bought a box of 12 eggs for a barbecue. Only eight eggs were used and the rest were place on the kitchen top to be used later. After a few days, the mother of six found only three eggs, along with a live quail.