In the concrete jungles of New York and beyond, the urban elite are trading in their traditional pets for a more feathered companion—the chic chicken. Enter Julie Baker, the genius behind fashionable chicken diapers, raking in a whopping $50,000 a year. Yes, you read that right—chicken diapers.

It all started when Julie stumbled upon a YouTube video featuring a chicken in a diaper, and she thought, ‘Oh my goodness, I so need to do that.’ Fast forward to today, and Julie’s online store, “Pampered Poultry,” is a booming business. From cotton diapers to feather guards and even chicken dresses, Julie has urban chicken owners covered in style.

But the madness doesn’t stop there. In this clucking frenzy, chicken owners are hiring “chicken whisperers” at $225 per hour to ensure their feathery friends are happy. Some even have personal chefs serving up gourmet meals like grilled salmon and organic watermelon.

And for the ultimate in poultry luxury, there’s the smartphone-enabled, motion-detecting coop, setting owners back a cool $20,000. Welcome to the wild world of chicken pampering, where these once-boring livestock are now living the high life. Click to dive into the fabulous world of feathered fashionistas


The Surprisingly Successful Business of Luxury Chicken Diapers