Ruler of the roost: McNugget’s memory lives on in Issaquah

Sculpture memorializes beloved longtime rooster killed in dog attack.

  • Friday, April 27, 2018 8:30am
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Issaquah’s beloved late rooster, McNugget, was honored as a sculpture in its honor was unveiled on April 21 in front of the new La-Z-Boy store in Issaquah. The rooster frequented the parking lot at that site before it was killed in a dog attack in 2015. McNugget had been a longtime tourist attraction since it made the parking lot its home in 2002.

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