The neighbor north of us has a banty rooster that's been parading on our roof, and then in the yard. Yesterday Crashy confronted him and he did the drooped wing thing then went at her face with his feet. I ran him away from her before he could do any damage. Little cuss was meaner than the dickens! I got the owner over here to retrieve him and take him home. Charlie was back again today so we caught him. I clipped his right wing (which was obviously clipped before) and put him back over the fence. Please keep in mind we got rid of our rooster :grump: because he crowed two mornings in a row and the neighbor complained. I'd already told the neighbor if Charlie started crowing, he'd have to get rid of him. This evening Charlie started crowing after dark. I don't want to call animal control as Charlie will likely be put down because of it. He's a fine looking rooster and would be a nice addition to a banty flock. In Florida, possession is 9/10th's of the law but we don't want to keep him here because that would mean we might possibly be a target with all the chickens and ducks we have. Hey folks, I don't want the little guy to go to animal control because he would probably be put down. Edited to add: Charlie is the only chicken the neighbor has and my best guess is that Charlie likes our cute chicks. Really made him angry after I clipped his wing and he couldn't get back over the fence. He kept up with the Bawk! Bawk! noise for almost half and hour. Guess he found out he really likes the girls after he got over the fear of the attack chickens coming after him reaction, he's still a bit young. So... my question is, if you lived in this type situation would you let him go in Home Depot or Wal Mart? I think that someone shopping in Home Depot would be more apt to adopt him. In a Wal Mart... maybe. How 'bout a Target? Think that'd work? Eww... chicky doo on all kinds of stuff. :nana: What would be your choice of store to turn him loose in?