Any ideas on how to fnd a loving home for 4 little chickens and their custom little coop? I live in Naperville, Il (where it IS legal to have chickens!) I have 4 bantams (2 hens and 2 roosters) in a suburban neighborhood. All but 1 of my neighbors love the chickens. I had no clue that the rooster noise was bothering them until I got a notice from Animal Control last week. The Animal Control officer was very nice and encouraged me to talk to the neighbors. I did not know which neighbor had complained, so I wrote my name and phone # on some cards and went to ask them to call if they had issues with the chicken noise. Anyway, when I got to the backyard neighbor (our yards are separated by a 6 ft. privacy fence) she said she had only called to see "what the law was." I am sure she was very disappointed to learn that my chickens (even roosters) are legal. They only crow in the morning and a few times when the hens go in to lay. She says it is all day, non-stop. Totally not true! I was very nice, apologized and said my husband and I would do our best to add some soundproofing to the coop, etc Well, today I was out in the yard gardening when the roosters crowed a few times. The neighbors husband started yelling at me, "What are you going to do about that?!!! They crow all the time and it is very inconsiderate, blah, blah, blah!" I was stunned. I had never had a conversation with him about the noise so I think the yelling was a bit much. I tried to talk with him, but he just wanted to know, "What are you going to do about it?!!! So, that was about 10:30am and my rooster did not crow again all day. There were a few alarm call noises, but no crowing. I am so sad that this one jerk has decided that my 4 little chickens are ruining the neighborhood. We are constantly on edge, worrying about any noise, I can't even enjoy my backyard. We really feel like we need to find a new home for our 4 very spoiled pets. They are really tame and both hens have gone broody and are good setters and layers. Sorry to ramble, but I am so mad! Any ideas would be appreciated.