Rooster will be put down if I don't find him a home.

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  1. blest.momma

    blest.momma Hatching

    Feb 8, 2011

    We have an almost 2 year old rooster that we have raised since he was about 3 weeks. The children hold him daily, they used to put diapers on him and push him in a toy stroller, needless to say he is extremely friendly because he doesn't know how to be mean. I am in Bellflower (L.A. county) and here we cannot have roosters. I've always told my neighbors that if he ever gets too much, just to let me know. Well, one of our neighbors has said he wakes her up. So, we have 2 weeks otherwise he will be put down. I've tried to give him away, but gang-banger looking young men were the only ones interested, I figure they want him for chicken fighting and he would die a horrible death. Putting him down while he is in my arms would be more humane. He is very healthy as we pasture our chickens, feed no-soy organic feed, and he even gets Kombucha in his water!

    Would anyone here be interested in taking him?[​IMG] We would be willing to drive him to you within say 50 miles? You can email me at [email protected]<dot>net

    I can't figure out how to post a pic of him here, so if you go to my blog you can see him. [​IMG]

    Thank you!


  2. FarmCoe

    FarmCoe Flock Mistress

    May 22, 2010
    Planet Earth
    I'd take him for you, but L.A. is more than 50 miles. [​IMG] And I don't believe in shipping chickens because it stresses them out too much. Keep trying!! [​IMG]
  3. gritsar

    gritsar Cows, Chooks &amp; Impys - OH MY!

    Nov 9, 2007
    SW Arkansas
    I'm not anywhere close to you, just wanted to say [​IMG]
  4. thekid

    thekid Songster

    Hi my aunt, uncle, and cousin are in Bellflower im going there in August. My one friends rooster just got killed by a predator and is looking for another. What is the law on taking animals on planes?

  5. Jferlisi

    Jferlisi i dont eat chicken!!!!

    Nov 2, 2010
    Menifee CA
    Hes so pretty. If i didn't have 2 roos atm i would take him, sorry. You should post him on the auction. Im sure you can get someone.
  6. jjthink

    jjthink Crowing 11 Years

    Jan 17, 2007
    New Jersey
    Your choices could go beyond 1) rehoming or 2) failing #1, death in 2 weeks. If you want him to live you could always keep him indoors overnight till this gets sorted out.

    I insulated my coop and keep my roo and hen in it till at least 8 a.m. (unless I absolutely have to get to a meeting sooner). The insulation makes a big difference.

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