Hello! My daughter and I have referred to your site since last fall when 2 young chickens (later to be definitely determined to be roosters) were roaming our semi- rural street. They slept on neighbors porches and in their flower beds until my then 10 yr old begged to keep them. I foolishly said "Sure if you can catch them!" Much to my surprise, she enlisted help from neighbor kids and her big sis and "ta-da!" Roscoe P Coletrain & Chicken Boo had a home. I built a coop,and all was good. The boys get along ok apparently since there are no women to fight over. They are very pretty and as far as I can tell are just mixed bantams? Unfortunately, they have become a bit aggressive so my daughter can no longer handle them. And we recently discovered some of the neighbors REALLY don't care for their crowing. Which they do quite often! We would love to find them a new home, where they could protect a few gals of their own. Is this ever a real possibility? I don't have the heart to put them in the stew pot, so to speak, but the neighbor issue is a real concern. I feel so guilty about getting rid of them, but my daughter really also wants something she can be near without being attacked, and I can't blame her for that. Guess I'm looking for some advice. Any thoughts?