My neighbor complained about my noisy roosters about 2 weeks ago. They are indeed noisy. Three of them crow all day long starting 3 am. However, I think they mostly crow from 3am to 5am because my other neighbor's roosters are crowing. Since 5 or 6 weeks ago, I put them inside the bucket, so that they won't crow from 3am to 6am, and crow significantly less during the morning hours. Since that time, I can sleep well. However, what I did is not enough, because they start complaining about 2 weeks ago. I don't really know a good way to stop them from crowing to the point that irritates my neighbor. My chickens won't crow from 3am to 5am unless they can hear other chickens crow. Also, I put more crowing roosters in the bucket since about 2 weeks ago. I don't think my neighbor is satisfied, and they might call the police, after thanksgiving, since that is the deadline. My mom told me, that I should let my noisy roosters be killed for food on Thanksgiving day, so that they will not call the police, and risk getting most of my chickens taken away. They are my pet, so I am attached to them. I ask my neighbor with chickens if they warn free roosters, but they don't want it, probably because it is not cockfighting rooster. I also, think that my other neighbor doesn't want to keep rooster as pet. I feel powerless and hopeless to save their life. My mom is more inclined to sell them than give them away for free, since she spends her and my dad's money for their food,water,medications. When I think about the times I treated them for eyeworm, digestive system parasites, and wound due to injury, and then think about their imminent death, I feel like I want to cry. Does humane society accepts chickens, so that they can put it up for adoption. I think 2 of them are bantam old english game chicken, and the other one is a hybrid(one of the parent is a feathered foot breed). What are the chances that they will not be euthanized, in the humane society and the place where animal control put them.