In addition to being an accomplished actress, apparently playing the saxophone and being a great mom to her three kids, Jennifer Garner is also the proud pet parent of some adorable chickens, including one she named after Rachel McAdams’ character in “Mean Girls,” Regina George.
Garner previously caught the attention of the internet when she posted a picture on Instagram of herself walking Regina George on a leash, and now the star is making headlines once again due to her love for her unique pets, as she revealed in another Instagram post that she made a very special birthday cake for her brood of hens:
“It’s hard to believe a year has flown by since these ladies hatched. They grow up so quickly. #happyhatchday #bugcakeforyou #soyouthinkyoucanfarm,” she wrote alongside some adorable photos of the chickens and a video in which she serenades them with “Happy Birthday” as she presents their “cake” to them.
A closer picture of the treats shows it consists of fruit, vegetables, insects, worms and maybe some cheese. Although that may not sound like a delicious birthday cake to us, we’re guessing it was exactly what Regina George and the gang wanted for their special day! Her post also included a cute photo of the baby chicks from one year ago when they first hatched, and you can really see how much they’ve grown.
Back in May, Garner posted a photo of another baby chick and announced that she had seven brand-new chicks, one of which she says she had the naming rights on:
She even solicited name ideas from her followers, but it’s unclear whether she took one of the many suggestions that came rolling in.
Chickens are not Garner’s only animal friends, as she also frequently shares photos of her beautiful dog, Birdie. Here’s the pup dressed up in running gear to promote Wag-A-Thon, a virtual marathon for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for Guiding Eyes for the Blind, an organization that provides guide dogs to people with vision loss:
How sweet! We hope Garner keeps all the pictures of her super-cute furry (and feathered!) friends coming.
What do you usually do for your pet’s birthday?