Sneha Ullal, known for her role in films like Ala Modalaindi and Simha, is a huge animal lover and is currently fostering a chicken!
The actress took to social media to share an incident where she rescued a chicken, which has now become a part of her family. Sharing how she found a chicken that seemed to have escaped a butcher shop and was struggling on the road, the actress posted pictures and videos of the rescue. She wrote, “I untied the chicken’s legs to set it free. But I couldn’t walk away as i realized those human vultures were waiting for me to leave so they could do whatever they had planned to that chicken. SO I TOOK HER HOME. Yes you heard that right. Shes with me now.” (sic) The actress also added that she will be fostering the chicken until she finds a safe farm for it.
The actress who will soon be seen in the web-series Expiry Date even took the rescued bird to a vet and got it checked for infections. Giving an update on how the chicken is doing, she wrote, “Update. Shes unbelievably friendly. Only wants to be on the bed and sleep. Omg omg omg. Truly blessed experiences.#vegan #snehaullal #crueltyfreelife #petsofinstagram.” (sic) Looks like Sneha’s family has also fallen in love with the chicken as her sister Saumya Ullal commented, “Let’s keep her ya, toooooo cute n she loves cuddling.” (sic) Even Zareen Khan couldn’t help but comment on how adorable her foster pet is. Fans left numerous comments under the posts, ranging between hailing her to asking questions about caring for a chicken in an urban home.
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Hi everyone,guess what.I found a struggling chicken on the road that was tied up by some people for obvious reasons.The poor stressed out chicken didn’t belong to them though.I think it fell off from a poultry truck or escaped from a chicken shop. However when i stepped out and confronted them, they all backed off in fear.I untied the chicken’s legs to set it free.But I couldn’t walk away as i realized those human vultures were waiting for me to leave so they could do whatever they had planned to that chicken. SO I TOOK HER HOME.🐓 🏡 Yes you heard that right. Shes with me now.Will take her to the vet @drrinadevexoticvet to rule out fevers and infections.Lets hope i can find a friendly farm for her wo she can live her fullest life.Shes lucky and safe and wont be slaughtered for human consumption.Wish me luck.Cuckoooooooo 🐔 #vegan #snehaullal #crueltyfreelife