I have gotten a couple calls the last 4 days asking"is this your roo?" and NO it isn't my roo but people are dumping, probably, their unwanted boys just like they do kittens/cat/etc and its unnecessary. They aren't brave enough or smart enough to slaughter and the animal pays the price by trying to survive in the current cold. I haven't gotten calls back(I told the 1st caller to call back if animal still around next day) and the 2nd call was taken by my son and he didn't get ANY info. I heard A roo the other day across the street and the guy that called yesterday(he lives appx 1/4 mile away) said 2 roos(first roo was probably part of this duo) and nobody attempts to restrain the poor things. I pray the roos head my way so I can catch them and although they will be slaughtered at least they aren't trying to find food,etc(and its -2 this a.m.!) or dodging predators. I hate humans that dump. Woosies. My son thought they would be easy to catch because of the snow depth but I reminded him I am no spring chicken, you know! Have to find my net.