Name: Hocus & Pocus
Breed: Pekin Bantam
Ref Number: 2+3
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Rehoming – Profile
Unfortunately, we have no history for Hocus and Pocus as they both came in as strays.
Behaviour observations on site:
Hocus and Pocus are two bewitching cockerels looking for girlfriends (the more the merrier, please!). Can you make their wish come true?
These handsome bachelors are quite gentle boys who enjoy searching for dry mealworms in their dig boxes and staring at the mirrors in their pen, enchanted by their own reflections. They also love the company of people and will often follow the staff and volunteers around as they go about their duties or watch the comings and goings from the gate of their enclosure.
Hocus and Pocus can be rehomed together or separately. If rehomed together, they would need to live with a minimum of 20 hens to prevent any fighting between them. Due to bird flu, you will need a large enclosure that is fox proof and wild bird proof and have good biosecurity measures in place.
Adoption Fee: £8 (single cockerel) or £12 for two. If you would like to make an additional donation over and above the adoption fee, this would be hugely appreciated
We reserve the right to remove a reserve at any stage of the adoption process if we believe it is in the best interest of the animal.
Both cockerels have been wormed and treated for scaly leg. Hocus has an old case of bumble foot for which the staff continue to monitor. They currently have no medical issues.