Handicap cockerel needs sanctuary - Newcastle test negative

Momo1234

Chirping
Sep 8, 2018
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hi there,

Our cockerel named rosie is being rehomed. He is not able to be with the flock, since they will pick on him. He is a beautiful Sicilian buttercup. We got him on August 2. I would love for him to go to a rescue. He has been tested for Newcastle and it is negative. His leg is deformed however he does walk on it.
 

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Sfinn

Hatching
Dec 3, 2018
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Is he still available? If so, is he quiet-ish? If again yes, we can take him and give him a happy life!
 

Momo1234

Chirping
Sep 8, 2018
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Is he still available? If so, is he quiet-ish? If again yes, we can take him and give him a happy life!
Is he still available? If so, is he quiet-ish? If again yes, we can take him and give him a happy life!

Hi there. He is available. But he is a cockerel, so he will be making noise for sure. Where are you located?
 

Giulia

In the Brooder
May 20, 2018
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hi there,

Our cockerel named rosie is being rehomed. He is not able to be with the flock, since they will pick on him. He is a beautiful Sicilian buttercup. We got him on August 2. I would love for him to go to a rescue. He has been tested for Newcastle and it is negative. His leg is deformed however he does walk on it.
Where are you located?
 

Momo1234

Chirping
Sep 8, 2018
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UPDATE: we are so happy that Rosie has become a house chicken in NorCal. We are so relieved that he will be safe and sound. Thank you everyone. No more chicks, especially from Tractor Supply!!!!
 

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