I have a black/white bantam rooster cross that is very friendly, easily handled, and easy to catch and hold. My daughters can catch him when out in the yard and return him to the pen whenever they want. One problem though. My 7YO daughter bacame a little scared of him and he seemed to sense it. he went through a phase where he would attack her and spur her for no known reason. Never really hurt her, just scratched her and scared her to death. really ruined her "poultry experience". Now that we have been working hard to get her back to the point she isn't scared and can enjoy them, the rooster chased down our 5YO and attacked her, spurring her for no apparent reason. She was very close to him, holding him often and petting him. She walked into the pen, a 15 x 30 fully enclosed wire pen, while he was 20 feet or so away outside hunting bugs. Something got his attention and he turned and charged her. What's up? I let all three of my girls play with them all the time, especially our 1 YO that loves to play with the Muscovies. Should I worry now? Will he eventually hurt one of them? I got rid of all my other roosters in favor of him since he was the best pet.