Chickens and Roosters
Aqua Dulce: (Jan. 16, 2016), The guardian of four one year old white Silkie roosters is looking for a safe new home for her young boys.
Contact: Tree | Phone: 323-216-4246 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alameda: (May 5, 2016), A gorgeous, socialized, cilantro-loving young Easter Egger rooster needs a home. He’s been well-loved and well-fed and we would keep him if we could, but our city doesn’t allow roosters. Needs a home ASAP as he’s started crowing.
Contact: Phoebe | Phone: 916-730-7544 | Email: email@example.com
Castaic Lake: (June 14, 2016), A white Silkie rooster is in need of a home. He was found wandering the hills and saved from a certain, but his saviors cannot keep him long-term.
Contact: Helmut | Phone: 661-295-5842| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chatsworth: (Dec. 2, 2015), Marshmallow is a three to four month old white silkie rooster who was purchased as a chick. His guardians are now discovering he is a rooster as he is starting to crow to the displeasure of their neighbors.
Contact: Jolie | Phone: 818-324-1377 | Email: email@example.com
Diablo: (Jan. 17, 2016), Two hand-raised, sweet, tame 5 month old bantam roosters are in need of a new home.
Contact: Lisa | Phone: 925-998-4892 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eagle Rock: (Jan. 17, 2016), We are rehoming two egg-laying hens (one Rhode Island Red, Jenny, and one Brahma, Wanda). They have been our pets for about a year and we love them dearly, which is why we feel it is necessary to give them better lives than we can provide. They are affectionate and full of personality and they must not be separated. They are a bonded pair, if you will. Please contact me if you have experience with chickens and a proper environment for them, meaning a coop, open space for them to roam in the sun, warm shelter when it’s cold, protection from predators, etc. We had hoped to accomplish this in the near future but our plans have been postponed and we want our hens to be happy.
Contact: Laura |Phone: 714 927 6513 |Email: email@example.com
Fullerton: (March 1, 2016), We need to give away our beautiful Silkie rooster. He is 8 months old, healthy, and handsome. We raised him since he was a baby chick, fed him only organic food and organic produce and kept him free range. He has lived in a very pretty custom made chicken coop too. Unfortunately, Fullerton does not allow roosters in our area and we need to find for him a good new home. My son is very sad that we have to part with his pet and crying about that. We’d like our rooster to continue having a good life in some new place for him.
Contact: Natalya |Phone: 714-293-1828 |Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lake Hughes: (Dec. 16, 2015), A Barred Rock and an Americauna rooster who are both less than a year old are in need of a new home.
Contact: Laura | Phone: 661-210-7933 | Email: email@example.com
Long Beach: (Apr. 19, 2016), Two four-month old Rhode Island Red roosters are in need of a new home as their family is not zoned for roosters and expected these boys to be hens.
Contact: Katherine | Phone: 714-615-1057 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Long Beach: (March 5, 2016), Scotch is a five month old happy and healthy Buff Orpington rooster in need of a new home.
Contact: Todd | Phone: 310-918-1281 | Email: email@example.com
Los Angeles: (Jan. 7, 2016), A beautiful young red rooster who just began crowing needs a new home. He loves being around people, and his favorite food is pomegranate seeds. His guardians love him very much and want him to be happy and safe.
Contact: Jamie | Phone: 310-985-3994 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Newhall: (Jan. 22, 2016), Over 100 Silkie roosters (of all colors and some naked-necks) are in need of rehoming to good homes. The roosters are all friendly. The more they are handled the friendlier they become.
Contact: Sherry | Phone: 661-400-1221
Oakland: (June 17, 2016), We raised these beautiful ten week old chickens in our home and backyard, so they are basically pets. Mr. Rooster (cockerel) is black with a red comb and waddle and white ear spots. Cheepy-cheep (pullet or hen) is sandy-colored with brown and white highlights. Having grown up together they are very attached, so we would like to rehome them as a pair to a good home–in an area were roosters are allowed!
Contact: Daniel | Phone: 510-985-2636 | Email: email@example.com
Palos Verdes Estates: (June 25, 2016), In February, I adopted a baby rooster, Pepe, with the hopes of giving him a good home and providing him a place to be nurtured and loved. Unfortunately, I am unable to provide these services, because the city I live in during the summer and the apartment I’m living in next year has a strict no farm animal policy. I want him to end up in a good home with loving caretakers and live a happy life. Pepe is a kind, sensitive, and wonderful pet.
Contact: Jasmyn |Phone: 310-650-3576 |Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Petaluma: (Apr. 8, 2016), A family that purchased two farm piglets from a pumpkin patch last fall is now looking to rehome the pigs who are neutered and now seven months old. The family also has two one-year old tame roosters in need of rehoming.
Contact: Vicky | Phone: 707-481-3579 | Email: email@example.com
San Dimas: (Apr. 28, 2016), Winnie is a three month old bantam Polish rooster in need of a new home. Winnie has been raised as a pet, with children, so he is friendly.
Contact: Joanna | Phone: 310-869-5683 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
San Pedro: (June 26, 2016), We found a rooster on a railroad track near our work in downtown Los Angeles. He needs a home. He’s currently living on our patio but we cannot keep him. We don’t know his age. He does not crow at all.
Contact: Lori | Phone: 310-892-2777 | Email: email@example.com
Tarzana: (April 11, 2016), A three-year old handsome and friendly Americauna rooster finds himself in need of a new home due to his human guardian’s divorce. He is the last animal living at their former residence and being cared for by a kind real estate agent.
Contact: Candace | Phone: 310-497-8890 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Villa Park: (March 24, 2016), A one-year beautiful and gentle Americauna rooster is in need of a new home.
Contact: David | Phone: 714-998-8914 | Email: email@example.com
West Hollywood: (March 7, 2016), Three sweet hens and one proud but quiet (he used to crow but hardly does anymore after we started to remove him from the flock early in the morning to prevent this) rooster are in need of a home. They are all around 6 months old. Upon moving into this home the landlord neglected to inform us that chickens are illegal in our city and now we fear animal control will remove and kill them.
Contact: Joseph | Phone: 513-607-8760 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hawthorne: (Jan. 4, 2016), Trying to find a good, local home for two 3 month old sweet roosters. One is a Rhode Island Red. The other one looks like he may have some Brahma in him as he is white with black spots. They both eat out of their guardian’s hand and are very sweet. They follow her into the coop at night.
Contact: Lillian | Phone: 352-214-7000 | Email: email@example.com
Jacksonville: (Sept. 12, 2015), Two bonded Polish-cross brothers need a home together. These beautiful brothers are young, full of personality, and very attached to each other, which will hopefully help them adjust to their new home and flock. They are both beautiful and sweet. Their current guardian is happy to help with travel & transport to ensure they receive a quality home together.
Contact: Tirzah | Phone:443-465-5269 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Derwood: (April 5, 2016), Montgomery County Animal Services in Derwood, MD was recently involved in a cockfighting/dog fighting raid and is currently in possession of 33 roosters and 26 hens in need of good homes. Sadly, some birds from the seizure had to be euthanized due to severe injuries, but the remaining lucky birds are doing well and we’re hoping to find great homes where they will be loved and well cared for. Birds from cockfighting situations are often very poorly socialized with other birds and routinely abused. As a result, it is common for these birds to be terrified of other chickens and to resort to fighting with one another as a resort. Research over the past decade has shown that these birds can be rehabilitated and go on to lead long, happy lives, very often living peacefully with other birds. If you are interested in adopting one of these roosters (and a companion hen, if you so desire), we are happy to talk to you about how to work with these birds to help them adjust to “normal” life. Almost all of these birds are good (or fearful) with people and not aggressive. Please let us know if you may be able to help. Transport to parts of VA, PA, DE, NJ and NY are possible. They may also be able to bring birds to the New England area if there is enough interest. Thank you!
Contact: Kate | Phone: 240-428-9975 |
Cliffside: (Jan. 21, 2016), A young Rhode Island Red rooster was found roaming a local park by a caring couple who do not want to take him to the local animal shelter but also are not able to keep him themselves.
Contact: Stephany | Email: email@example.com
Dryden: (Oct. 21, 2015), Six well-behaved Silkie and Cornish cross roosters who are less than 20 weeks old are in need of a new home.
Contact: Tesla |Phone: 607-379-9530 |Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Goshen: (Jan. 19, 2016), Speedy and Angel are two young roosters who were hatched in Spring 2015 via a school hatching project. One of the student’s grandparents took home two of the chicks who grew into roosters. The grandparents are not able to continue caring for them, particularly through the winter.
Contact: Kathy | Phone: 845-651-2393 | Email: email@example.com
Rochester: (June 29, 2016), Danny is a beautiful one year old Rhode Island Red Rooster with a big personality. He loves watermelon and corn on the cob. He is feisty and very protective of his flock. Due to his protective nature, he would be best suited for an environment with a lot of outdoor space and a caretaker who understands a rooster’s nature. He would love a home where he can roam free or have a large sized flock of hens to protect.
Contact: Kimberly | Phone: 480-273-2602| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Slaterville Springs: (Feb. 23, 2016), We are looking for a good home for 1 to 2 roosters and their 10 ladies. All hens are purebred Buff Orpingtons. One rooster is a purebred Buff Orpington and the other is an unknown breed. He is very attractive and missing an eye. Both roosters are about three years old and are sweet but a little skittish. They get along with each other but could be adopted separately if necessary. If separated, we would like to send each rooster with 5 or so hens as they are all pretty bonded to one another. All birds are about 3 years old and are beautiful and in good condition. Their caregiver was an elderly woman who loved them dearly but sustained an injury which made her unable to care for them. We are hoping to find someone who will love these birds dearly and take very good care of them.
Contact: Kate | Phone: 240-428-9975 | Email: email@example.com
Springfield: (June 11, 2016), A three month old Ameraucana rooster is in need of a new home. The rooster has been raised with four hens and is the most docile of the chickens.
Contact: Cecilia | Phone: 541-990-7537 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frackville: (June 3, 2016), I need to re-home my three roosters. They are a little over a year old and have been together since they were born. There is not a chicken ordinance in my town, but I am being threatened with fines for noise complaints. I’m willing to transport them anywhere provided they are going to a loving home.
Contact: Heather | Phone: 570-874-1013 | Email: email@example.com
Lewisburg: (June 8, 2016), Three ten-week old Rhode Island Red roosters who currently all get along well are in need of a new home. Their guardian is willing to travel a reasonable distance to get them to safety.
Contact: Joan | Phone: 570-412-3673 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Villanova: (June 23, 2016), My thirteen week old rooster is in need of a new home. I have a small backyard flock of 8, but this one turned out to be a rooster and unfortunately my township does not allow them. His breed is an Asian Blue, and he is multicolored red and black with green feathers that shine in the sun. He is a very sweet boy, allows handling and gets along very well with all the girls! He enjoys running around free range in the yard and chasing bugs, getting into trouble in the garden, playing hide and seek under my daughter’s slide, and loves a cool summer watermelon treat!
Contact: Asal | Phone: 802-999-8695 | Email: email@example.com
Wayne: (April 10, 2016), Sweat Pea is 7 month old Easter Egger Rooster. He was raised from a day old with his sisters by my daughter. When discovered he was actually a rooster, we placed him on a free-range farm since we are not allowed to have a rooster where we live. Now the woman who owns the farm is unable to keep him as he’s found his voice and is protective of his “girls.” He was very sweet because he was handled constantly. We’d like to find a home that will be able to work with him or allow him to have a flock of his own and have a good life. He is currently in DE, but we live in PA so are able to get him and meet.
Contact: Marnie | Phone: 267-625-8934 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Waterford: (April 5, 2016), Kentucky, Finn, Rocket, and Scott are roosters ranging from 5 months to 1 year old who are in need of a new home.
Contact: Katie | Phone: 571-258-3834 | Email: email@example.com