Long post pictures first please help if you can. https://imgur.com/gallery/Y4wBs Ok so I've posted on here a few times about my silkie chickens. I was supposed to get 4 blue silkies hens. I ended up getting 3 blue and 4 buff. I called the place I got them from and a new girl switched shipping tags. Some one in Idaho got my order and I got theirs. I was told they should all be girls but it's hard to tell with silkies as chicks. I knew this but I paid extra for all hens to begin with. They said since the chicks had shipped I could send them back and they could replace them but that they didn't think day old chicks could survive being shipped twice so I decided to keep them and cross my fingers. Well I now have 4 roosters and 3 hens. All of the buffs are roosters. I called the place again and sure enough the lady ordered roosters. She had her order replaced and now doesn't need them and the company said just to eat them. I can't do that because they were raised as pets and my 6 and 2 year old will never forgive me if I kill some of their chickens or fluff butts like they call them. I live in an area that doesn't allow roosters but all of my neighbors love the chickens too so I don't have to worry about ever being turned in. Also being silkies they aren't as loud as some breeds so their crowing isn't affecting anyone. I asked my neighbors next door and they had no idea they were crowing five feet from their bedroom window in the morning. I know as they get older I will not be able to keep them all together. Right now 2 are already way more aggressive with the rest of the flock (not humans, they love humans) and unfortunately for them the one other rooster they want to pick on most is my favorite and I'll be keeping him. The other 2 maybe 3 I'm currently look for homes for. The two aggressive ones are buddies and do everything together so I may be able to home them together. The other 2 are also friends. It's like they made their little groups. Hopefully I might be able to keep the nice two. So what I'm asking is this, do you know of any sanctuaries or rescues that take chickens in Utah? Or do you know something I could look into nationally that might be able to help? I'm worried about putting them on KSL or Craigslist for fear they will be used in cock fights or just killed anyways. They aren't chickens that will be good for eating since they are under 3lbs. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you for reading this long. I do plan on adding more hens in the spring if I keep 2 of the roos. And I will be separating the boys from girls until I do have more hens.