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post #31 of 34
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Originally Posted by 3KillerBs View Post

That's not harsh, its irresponsible.

When a person decides to own an animal he/she becomes responsible for that life. Its the inevitable fate of most roosters to be culled but it should be done with care and respect not as abandonment to terror in the night.
Not to mention releasing a domesticated animal can have a huge impact on the ecosystem. Domesticated animals can carry diseases that their wild counterparts have no resistance to. And it's also pretty cold
post #32 of 34
I'm trying to re-home a rooster as well. I have no coop, and he's decided my neighbors barn is where he's going to hang out when he's not home eating. He's a beautiful leghorn, and he's not nasty. He roosts in the rafters of the neighbors barn and they aren't appreciating his droppings. I didn't go out and say "I want a rooster". I got him from the neighbors on the next street. He was dumped in our neighborhood, and the people over there were shooting at him with bb guns.
post #33 of 34

I am trying to re-home 2 roosters that we don't need.  It's not easy! Best of luck!

post #34 of 34

gg706

I know I am coming into this incredibly late and its probably not even relevant anymore but NO! Thats cruel, do not just leave your rooster outside. Yes that is harsh!! Its abusive and If you have the idea to do this you are obviously not caring for your animals properly. 


Edited by chicken singer - 12/21/15 at 5:27pm
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