Roc is the type of gentleman that steals the hearts of all the ladies.
He is deeply loved by Laurie his first human mom. Laurie demonstrated such kindness and love to Roc that he seems to prefer his human friends more than other chickens. When his manly voice got to be a warning that city life was not his thing. Laurie moved him into her house to help reduce any negative response from her neighbors. Then, Roc stole the heart of Serenity Sprouts. We knew he was special and felt he would be perfect as an emotion support pet. We began a search for the right family. His new mom, Julie, fell in love with him at first sight. So much so, that he was her first choice and any hens added to her flock would need to appreciate him. Julie's daughter i s looking into how to officially register Roc as an emotional support animal. She is going to make him her high school service project and take him to assisted living centers. Regardless of your religious beliefs, this was such a miraculous blessing for Roc, the cuddling Rooster!
Hello my name is Roo! I am a 4 month old Buff Orpington rooster. Unfortunately my current family are unable to keep me and I am looking for a wonderful new home! My favorite thing to do is go out into the garden with the other chickens and have a good peck and scratch around, if I’m lucky I find a grasshopper and the chase begins! I love treats! My favorites are Grubblies, organic watermelon and lettuce. I grew up with an auto door coop so I am trained to go into the coop each night before sundown. Overall I am a happy and healthy guy. I have been handled since I was three days old, I’m not a cuddly rooster but I enjoy attention and will happily sit with you while you share treats with me. I would love to join your flock! Come out and meet me!
Unfortunately, “Dolly” turned out to be a “Donny”, or Big Bird as we’ve been calling him since since he was a fluffy, yellow chick. Big Bird, now 19 weeks old, has been raised by us since he was 3 days old. He has been handled frequently, and although a bit skittish during the act of picking him up, he is quite calm once you are holding him. He’ll occasionally jump up on your lap for a tasty mealworm treat and loves free-ranging with the ladies. He knows he’s pretty, and seeing his reddish-blonde crest feathers sway as he runs is guaranteed to put a smile on your face! We haven’t heard him crow yet, but sadly we live in an area with chicken-gender restrictions. We hope you’ll love him as much as we have!