I love Chick-fil-A. Since they opened their second location in Egg Harbor Township, I probably haven't gone a week since my most recent visit.

Once of the things that makes Chick-fil-A so memorable, besides their great food, is the Chick-fil-A Cow! It's a cow that attempts to persuade people that they need to eat more chicken (and, thus, LESS cow).

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Chick-fil-A traditionally holds a "Cow Appreciation Day" where it rewards customers who dress like a cow with free food. Sadly, due to the pandemic, Cow Appreciation Day was cancelled in 2020.  At the time, the company had this to say, "we have decided to postpone the annual holiday in honor of our beloved bovines. We made this decision with the communities we serve in mind, keeping Safe Service as our highest priority at this time." Nevertheless, we're hoping the day returns - or so is Chick-fil-A: "While we won’t be celebrating together in 2020, we can’t wait to see you and your herd in your cow costumes in 2021!"

In the meantime, we take you back to 2017. We're not sure if this happened during that special day - or, it was on a day that THE CHICKENS REVOLTED!

Honestly, we aren't quite sure if this was all planned - but, it had to be right? A group of chickens attacking is one thing, but a bunch of cows to have the original cow's back is quite another.

Thank you, Chick-fil-A for keeping us well fed, and for entertaining us! We love the Chick-fil-A cow!

TSQ

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