MSPCA Seeking Loving Home For Chester The Orange-Painted Rooster
Dec 31, 2016 02:47AM
● By Theresa Gilman
Chester was painted orange from beak-to-toe by someone, and reasons, unknown (credit MSPCA-Angell)
Chester the Orange Rooster [3 Images] Click Any Image To Expand
Rob Halpin, MSPCA spokesman, says the rooster trusts humans and enjoys being held (the term for this is “hand friendly”), so it’s likely whoever decided to thoroughly douse his feathers with paint had little trouble doing so.
The MSPCA-Nevins Farm is asking would-be bird adopters to email [email protected] if interested in adopting Chester or another of the farm’s many fowl. Roosters and hens make wonderful pets, particularly for rural adopters with open land and appropriate housing, such as a chicken coop, which protect the birds from the elements and predators. The Nevins Farm team will meet with every potential adopter and answer any and all questions about the adoption process as well as how to take exceptional care of these special pets.