He is so beautiful!! Thanks for your comment.I live in wackadonia... err, California. Here's what I've dealt with:
I didn't live in a city at the time that I dealt with rooster complaints. However, the county did have a no rooster clause. I was told I could bring him inside. Inside, there was nothing the neighbors could do. So we bought our roo some diapers and brought him inside. We'd take him for walks at the park because we couldn't have him in the yard. It was fine - not ideal, but fine. We moved not long after, and all is right with our boy.
If keeping the roo is that important - and it sounds as though it is - this is an option.
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