From left, Lacy, Judah and Kenton Hansen pose with Santa Claus and their three pet chickens – Buckley, April Roberta Ludgate-Dwyer and Henrietta – at a fundraiser for the Kansas Humane Society.
From left, Lacy, Judah and Kenton Hansen pose with Santa Claus and their three pet chickens – Buckley, April Roberta Ludgate-Dwyer and Henrietta – at a fundraiser for the Kansas Humane Society. Karra Jones-Kostya Courtesy photo
From left, Lacy, Judah and Kenton Hansen pose with Santa Claus and their three pet chickens – Buckley, April Roberta Ludgate-Dwyer and Henrietta – at a fundraiser for the Kansas Humane Society. Karra Jones-Kostya Courtesy photo

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