Chickens and Roosters
Anderson: Tracy is looking for placement for ten chickens, a mixture of hens and roosters. They are six month-old Rhode Island Red/Sussex mixes and she can no longer keep them.
Contact: Tracy| Phone: 510-685-1421| Email: email@example.com
Arroyo Grande: Sharron has four Silkie roosters who, unfortunately, are picking on the few hens with whom they share a coop. The roosters are not aggressive towards humans, but they must be re-homed to avoid overwhelming and injuring the hens they live with.
Contact: Sharron| Phone: 805-748-4272| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Belmont: A 4 month-old blue Sumatra rooster is in need of a new home where he will not be mistreated. He is sweet, obedient, and beautiful but he is not allowed to stay where he lives.
Contact: Debra| Phone: 650-740-4417| Email: email@example.com
Boulder Creek: Jessica recently found a rooster wandering in the woods where he had been abandoned and rescued him. He is friendly and quiet, but is not allowed to stay where he currently lives. Jessica wants to see hime go to a suitable home as soon as possible.
Contact: Jessica| Phone: 831-703-4008| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chatsworth: Honeypie and McGill are two spoiled backyard hens who have had free range their entire lives. They are both friendly, although Honeypie will occasionally become slightly territorial. They are in need of a new home where they can live out their lives in comfort.
Contact: Hope| Phone: 818-523-7070| Email: email@example.com
Chico: Maaj is currently seeking placement for several animals for which she feels she can no longer properly care. They include four female Indian Runner ducks, four Mille Fleur hens, two roosters, and one male and one female turkey. Please call if you can provide a home for them.
Contact: Maaj | Phone: 530-345-2806
Davis: A beautiful three-and-a-half-month-old Ameracana rooster needs a home where he will be allowed to crow. He is very friendly and healthy.
Contact: Lisa| Phone: 530-759-0759| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
<Urgent>Fairfax: Laura has a male Bantam rooster who is in need of a good home as soon as possible. He is one year old and gets along with hens very well.
Contact: Laura| Phone: 415-305-6502| Email: email@example.com
Granada Hills: Three young roosters, all under two months old, are in need of placement.
Contact: James | Phone: 818-674-7228 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Long Beach: D.D. is a beautiful 7 month-old cross bred Barred Rock and Light Brahma rooster. He’s been hand raised from the time he was hatched. D.D. was born with Wryneck or Crookneck. The neck swoops over to the left and then back to the right like a big question mark on its side.
His caregivers took him in after a hatchery concluded he would soon die. So his caregivers gave D.D lots of love and attention and affection…and he never died. In fact, he is thriving! However, now that he is 6 months old, he crows. In the City of Long Beach, CA where he lives, roosters aren’t allowed. Most people think he’s ugly and deformed, but he is the sweetest, most affectionate little guy. He loves cuddling, taking naps in our laps, and loves getting massages, especially on his neck. He loves attention, other chickens, people, and other animals. He has a cute funny walk and still walks in circles when he gets excited. He can barely jump or fly because he spirals back down with a THUD! Please help if you can provide this beautiful boy with a great home where he’ll be treated as a companion.
Contact: Christopher | Phone: 562-706-5374| Email: email@example.com
Los Angeles: Charlie is a delightful, intelligent, handsome young male with iridescent blue tail feathers, an auburn torso, and feathered feet. He has been raised as a pet since from the age of seven months, and has lived inside with two parrot companions. His testosterone has now kicked in and he now needs an outdoor space with other chickens.
Contact: Brandy| Phone: 323-931-1240| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Urgent Los Angeles: Monica rescued a baby chick and rabbit from a child’s Easter party and is now in search of a permanent home for them. The chick is very young and the rabbit is fully grown.
Contact: Monica| Phone: 323-358-9401| Email: email@example.com
Los Angeles: Debbie is looking for a home for three roosters. They need to be placed as soon as possible. For more information please call.
Contact: Debbie | Phone: 213-595-6510 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Los Angeles: Mary is searching for a good home for a young New Hampshire Red Cockerel rooster. He is sweet, friendly, and curious. If you are looking for a handsome boy to watch over your hens, please call!
Contact: Mary| Phone: 831-596-7248| Email: email@example.com
Los Angeles: Two hens, one Silver Laced Wyandotte and one Ameraucana, are in need of a new home. Each are approximately six months old and are laying eggs. They are wonderful, beautiful, and very bonded, so they must be adopted together. They also require ample space, as the Ameraucana is not quiet and, in fact, has been mistaken for a rooster in the past.
Contact: Michael| Phone: 626-703-3100| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Los Angeles: Due to complaining neighbors, a great six month old New Hampshire Red rooster is in need of a new home. He has lots of personality, and needs a spacious home where he can roam!
Contact: Norma| Phone: 323-660-4302| Email: email@example.com
Malibu: Debbie rescued three very tame and friendly roosters when she found they had been abandoned as chicks at her post office. Please call if you can offer them a home.
Contact: Debbie | Phone: 310-317-4626 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Malibu: Two Ameraucana roosters who are young, healthy, and beautiful are in need of a good home. Someone dumped 10 roosters on a highway in Malibu, and after taking these two in, their caregivers are forced to find them another home. They must be adopted together, and their caregiver can include their brand new coop if the adopter needs it.
Contact: Susan| Email: email@example.com
Oakland: Elvis is a very handsome three month-old Bearded D’Uccle mix rooster. He is well behaved and socialized with people. He is small, weighing around three lbs, and would love to have a flock to call his own.
Contact: Andrea | Phone: 614-284-2774 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Petaluma: Roodiel is a 1-year-old, hand-raised bantam rooster in need of a good home. He is well-loved, responds to his name, and enjoys following his caregivers around the farm. If you would like to adopt this friendly rooster, please contact Dana.
Contact: Dana | Phone: 415-233-1719 | Email: email@example.com
<Urgent> Rancho Murieta: Three hens are in desperate need of a new home. Their caregiver is unable to care for them due to housing issues. They are all Bantams and include one Blue Silkie, one Cochin, and one Japanese Bantam.
Contact: Kartika| Phone: 916-220-7236| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reseda: Donna is seeking a new home for her rooster, Mr. Happy, where he will be free to crow. He is a Gallo Kelso around two years old. He’s very tame and sweet.
Contact: Donna| Phone: 818-430-9044| Email: email@example.com
Sacramento: “Rosie” is a Rhode Island Red, about 4 months old, and is very small for his age due to a yolk sac infection. He was on antibiotics for the first four weeks of his life, but is now healthy and active. He gets along very well with other chickens, dogs and people. He is a charming little fellow. Due to zoning laws he can no longer be kept at his current home, and needs a new home where he will be safe and happy.
Contact: Charlene | Phone: 916-215-5972| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
San Carlos: A Welsummer Rooster is in need of a new home. He currently lives in a coop with three hens and is very friendly.
Contact: Elizabeth| Phone: 650-508-9409| Email: email@example.com
San Francisco: Ethan is an 8 week old Welsummer cockerel. He is docile and very gentle with the three pullets that he was raised with. Unfortunately, San Francisco doesn’t allow roosters, so he needs a new forever home where he has a roomy enclosure and a flock to call his own.
Contact: Michelle | Phone: 415-661-0253 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
San Jose: A Black Australorp hen in San Jose is in need of a new home. She is the dominant hen in the flock and would do well in an existing flock of robust hens. Contact: Larry | Phone: 408-370-2094| Email: email@example.com
San Jose: A male Cuckoo Maran Cockerel is in need of a new home. He is 4.5 months old. He is very friendly and his caregiver hates to place him, but due to city ordinances he must find a new home.
Contact: Stephen| Phone: 408-264-2197| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Santa Clarita: Two Bantam Cochin roosters need a home. Their caregiver lives in a residential neighborhood and cannot keep them once they begin to crow. They are approximately ten weeks old and are very people-friendly.
Contact: Samantha | Phone: 661-600-7737 | Email: email@example.com
<Urgent>Santa Maria: Santa Barbara County Animal Services recently seized over 100 roosters and 80 pigeons from a large neglect case. They are now being cared for and are recuperating. Some are very friendly, and there are a variety of breeds and temperaments. Animal Services is urgently seeking homes for them.
Contact: Michael Stern| Phone: 805-878-8355| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shingletown: Carrie needs to place one 2 month-old Welsummer Cockerel rooster. He is very sweet and handsome and will fall asleep on your lap. He deserves a good home where he has space and can be social.
Contact: Carrie| Phone: 530-474-5274| Email: email@example.com
Van Nuys: An eight month-old rooster is in need of a new home. He loves to crow in the mornings! He sings beautifully and loves his hens. He is very timid but if fed by hand will warm up to you quickly. Please call if you can help!
Contact: Katherine| Phone: 818-572-5483| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Orleans: A rooster who was previously mistreated is in need of a permanent home. His caregiver took him in when he was in bad shape and being abused. She has another rooster, so he is in need of a flock to call his own.
Contact: Tina| Phone: 504-949-2186| email@example.com
Booneville: Three cockerel roosters who are around four months old are in need of a new adoptive home. They have very mild temperaments and would make a great addition to a flock.
Contact: Allyson| Phone: 662-415-8418| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chesterfield: A five year-old steer and 2 two year-old roosters are in need of a new home. They are all rescues who now have to be placed due to their caregiver losing her home. For more information, please contact Wendy.
Contact: Wendy| Phone: 609-324-1276| Email: email@example.com
Bronxville: A wildlife rehabilitator is seeking placement for three domestic animals that she recently rescued. They are: a bonded pair of ducks found wandering in a residential neighborhood and a Broiler hen that was rescued alongside the Bronx River Parkway. Due to space concerns she must find homes for them to be able to take in other wild animals.
Contact: Loraine | Phone: 914-629-8352 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brooklyn: A beautiful 4 month-old rooster is unable to stay in his current caregiver’s urban backyard home. Please call for more information.
Contact: Ingrid| Phone: 917-415-0280| Email: email@example.com
Richland: Sherrie is seeking homes for chickens, ducks, geese, and rabbits. They are leaving an abusive situation and many have been placed. The remaining animals include Silkie and Bantam chickens, Swedish Blue and other special needs ducks, Pomeranian and White Chinese ducks, and Jersey Wooly rabbits. For more information on any of the species please call.
Contact: Sherrie | Phone: 315-447-3209 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Newburgh: 12 Black Australorp chicks and one 2 month-old Dominique must be re-homed as soon as possible due to their caregiver’s sudden move. If you can help please contact Susanne.
Contact: Susanne| Phone: 302-233-2361| Email: email@example.com
Smithtown: Three hens and five ducks are in need of a new place to live. The hens are 3 year-old Buff Orpingtons. Two of the ducks are Pekins and three are Black Runners, and there are two females and three males. They are very loved and have been treated like family, but unfortunately Rosemarie is now forced to place them in another loving home. Any help is appreciated.
Contact: Rosemarie | Phone: 631-656-0054 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Staten Island: A 7 month-old rooster named Charlie is friendly but in need of a home.
Contact: Yolanda| Phone: 347-500-2491| Email: email@example.com
Union Springs: Andrea is looking for a good home for three young bantam roosters who have been together since they were 1 day old. Their early morning crowing is not endearing to the neighbors, so a new home must be found for them soon.
Contact: Andrea| Phone: 817-933-0159| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Indian Trail: Carolina Waterfowl Rescue has three Jersey Giant roosters who are in need of a permanent home. They get along with each other very well, but aren’t happy with their current temporary accommodations. Transportation can be provided up to an hour from the Charlotte area.
Contact: Sandi| Phone: 704-668-9486| Email: email@example.com
Lancaster: The Humane League of Lancaster County is seeking homes for five roosters who they have rescued. Please email for more information and photos.
Contact: Vanly| Phone: 717-393-6551 x. 306| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Perkiomenville: Three roosters who have been raised together since birth are in need of a new home. They are a mix of Silver Laced Wyandotte and Black Australorp. Although they are friends with each other, they can be placed separately in good homes if necessary.
Contact: Heather| Phone: 610-454-6320| Email: email@example.com
<Urgent> Quakertown: Four cows and five chickens are in need of a home as soon as possible. Their farm is going to be sold due to the death of their owner. The cows are: 1 Hereford steer (age 9), 1 Hereford cow (age 19), one red Holstein cow (age 4), and one red Holstein heifer (age 1 1/2). The chickens are: 3 roosters, 1 Bantam rooster, and 1 Bantam hen (all age 3).
Contact: Melanie| Phone: 267-897-0691| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org