Have had my fair share of truly evil roosters. Thankfully, I found a guy in the area who will come get my young ones to stew The minute I know they are a rooster, they are gone. Heck, he doesn't know it but I have had some I would have paid him to take!
I love his name - I can relate, I used to have a chinese silkie that was just like this. The bastard finally kicked up his toes from old age, despite all my efforts to kill him.
Just in case the ad goes poof:"If you are looking for an evil nemisis I have your rooster, Sneaky Bastard is 2 pounds of pure devil spawn, Do not let his beautiful long feathers fool you. They are just there to disguise his giant pair of NUTS! He is a 1 year old rare breed Japanese Yokohama.His favorite trick is to hide in the bushes and attack you from behind. His loud crowing can be heard from miles around... all day long.
Why not wring his neck for Coq au vin you ask? I know he would be to tough and stringy. Nor would I ever allow him to go to anyone I suspected had fighting roosters. It would be unfair to the other roosters.
So if you like having to constantly be on your toes in the barn, If you enjoy being stalked. If you have neighbors you
would like to make miserable and keep up all night. If you have no regard for your ankles or the ankles of others I have your rooster. Please put" I am ready to suffer" in your title if you would like me to answer.
No PETA nut jobs need to give me crap. I hand raised this boy and fed him treats, let him free range and tried to love him and be good to him. This proves Love does not always triumph over evil. "
Last edited by PRS; Feb. 19, 2013 at 03:35 PM.
"My biggest fear is that when I die my husband is going to try to sell all my horses and tack for what I told him they cost."
I had his brother - gorgeous rust-red & cream ~5# of mutt rooster I hand-raised and learned to hate.
My Evil Bastard met his doom defending his hens from a fox.
An honorable end, but I have to admit I almost wanted to thank the fox.
*friend of bar.ka*RIP all my lovely boys, gone too soon: Steppin' Out 1988-2004 Hey Vern! 1982-2009 Cash's Bay Threat 1994-2009
Craziest ad for sure......so had to go look up more info from the Yokohama chicken web site....
Thot this made it even funnier./...
Special Consideration/Notes on Yokohama Chickens: Yokohamas are docile, friendly, unusually quiet chickens ..........