FREE "Freak of Nature",big Cornish x Roo(!)should we save him from the pending pot...?

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by Sarahndipity723, Nov 30, 2012.

  1. Sarahndipity723

    Sarahndipity723 Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi...I have an athletic-yes, athletic- big meat bird Roo that my Vet thinks may be a genetic mutation.I
    call him, "athletic" becuz despite his large size (14-18#)he outruns my Boff Orp Roo,and spends a lot of time on his feet foraging and walking around-unlike any meat bird I have seen!He is quite tame and stands and squaks at your feet for treats...
    Email me for more info,my local Vet has taken an interest in, "Dopey Doodle",and will help me pack him correctly etc therefore he can be shipped...there was someone in Alabama interested in shipping him to him,however,I have;nt heard from him in a while and D-day(the day he becomes someones dinner as he won't tolerate the Maine cold) is coming!
    I am open to any suggestions,the Vet has been checkn with local breeders but we r runnin out of time as it'll soon be too cold for hime here.
    thanks Sarah
     
  2. HouseCat

    HouseCat Chillin' With My Peeps

    Can we see pictures of the Beast?
     
  3. Buxton Ducks

    Buxton Ducks Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I WANT HIM! I love weird birds. He can have a life long home here in Buxton!
     

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