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Forest Hills has lost its favorite pet to an upstate farm animal sanctuary.
Queeny, a tiny hen named after the borough where she was found, made headlines this summer after running loose on the streets around Station Square.
“She's doing incredibly well,” said Kurt Andernach, 49, the owner of the 16-acre And-Hof-Animal Sanctuary in Catskill, where Queeny has been living. “It’s a big wooded area and there is so much for her to do here.”
Queeny is a small Araucana chicken, according to Andernach. He said the hen is not afraid of big roosters that also reside in the sanctuary.
In fact, he said, Queeny seems to have tamed a group of roosters that he calls the Frat Boys, who were rescued from a crystal meth lab.
Queeny was taken upstate just before Hurricane Sandy hit.