We have successfully rehomed Otis.
I found a local man who was offering fresh chickens for eating from his farm and offered him Otis for his "for eating" needs. We swapped stories about dumb roosters attacking our 3 year olds, and he shared that he just killed a rooster for the same reason. He agreed to take Otis.
When we got out there, he said he liked his colors and he would "Give him a chance," so the little guy might not end up in the soup pot right away. He will have 18 free range hens to attend to--all LF, whereas he is a banty. Seems like a good set-up for him as long as he minds his manners.
I got my cardio chasing him in the backyard for 45 min today to get him into a cage. I feel good knowing he's going to someone who won't put up with foolishness toward his kids, too. If he causes trouble he won't be around long enough for his progeny to be hatched.
On the way home, Tim said I am free to replace Otis with a cochin hen! Now I am chicken shopping again!!!