Chickens and Roosters
Chico: (Dec. 30, 2016), Pooster is a tame pet rooster who is much loved, but unfortunately his family cannot keep him so he needs a new home.
Contact: Carlita | Phone: 530-514-7195 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hacienda Heights: (Nov. 7, 2016), Two roosters and one hen are in need of a new home. Their current guardian cannot keep them due to zoning restrictions. All three are sweet and friendly.
Contact: Amber | Phone: 407-538-1535 | Email: email@example.com
Pittsburg: (Dec. 28, 2016), Twenty two chickens, six roosters and sixteen hens, who are approximately two years old are in need of a new home.
Contact: Gustavo | Phone: 253-230-2583| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reseda: (Dec. 12, 2016), A rooster who was running around stray for a couple of weeks and who is now being temporarily fostered is in need of a new home. Although he is street smart, he is also tame.
Contact: Lauren | Phone: 323-637-8306 | Email: email@example.com
Santa Clarita: (Nov. 11, 2016), A two month old hen and rooster are in need of a new home due to zoning restrictions at their current home.
Contact: Armineh | Phone: 818-324-2198 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sherman Oaks: (Nov. 14, 2016), Zafi is a young rooster in need of a new home because his guardians are not zoned for roosters.
Contact: Kristine | Phone: 310-871-8873 | Email: email@example.com
Miami: (Oct. 26, 2016), Two roosters named Chino and Nacho are in need of a new home because their guardian is moving and cannot take them with her.
Contact: Jacqueline | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Phone: 863-325-6355 (text only)
Walkersville: (Jan. 8, 2017), “Rusty” is a rooster who showed up in Stephanie’s backyard in April 2016. She believes he is a Black Copper Marans rooster. He has been living in the neighborhood peacefully, roosting in a tree behind my house ever since. However, yesterday he had a near-fatal incident with my her dog and she’s decided that he needs to be moved to a safe forever home.
He doesn’t crow too often, usually just a few times in the morning, and he loves to forage in the garden but is not very destructive. He warms up to human company quickly and enjoys eating cracked corn.
At first he was skittish around people, but since handling him yesterday after the dog attacked him, he has been very calm and has not tried to escape. No sign of aggression or serious injury, just a little bit of bleeding on the comb which was patched up.
Contact: Stephanie | Phone: 954-614-8364 | Email: email@example.com
Methuen: (Jan. 24, 2017), This beautiful Old English Game black-breasted red rooster is located at MSPCA Nevins Farm. His comb was dubbed and he may have been intended for fighting. He still has his natural spurs and no scars, so he probably was never used for fighting. He is a good-natured rooster and is not aggressive.
Contact: Pam | Phone: (978) 687 7453 X 6122 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cobleskill: (March 9, 2017), Spunky is an Old English Bantam rooster searching for a new home. Though he is about the size of a pigeon, this handsome guy has an enormous personality!
Contact: Gretchen | Phone:518-231-5656| Email: email@example.com
Sparks: (Nov. 6, 2016), A friendly five month old rooster named Pumpkin is in need of a new home due to a rooster zoning prohibition in the city in which he lives.
Contact: Meghan | Phone: 530-413-3597 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org