Meet Evansville’s Outlaw Rooster Wyatt Chirp Who Is Looking to Break Out of the Shelter
This outlaw rooster is looking for a flock to call his own.
Evansville Animal Control
Many times when we think about Evansville Animal Control and other shelters in the Tri-State, we picture animals like dogs and cats, maybe the occasional rabbit. However, there are many kinds of animals that come through local shelter doors and are looking for their forever homes. For instance, I've seen pigs, ferrets, guinea pigs, and goats end up in local shelters, but none have had a name quite this punny!
Meet Wyatt Chirp
Every week the Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office and Evansville Police Department post a rescue roundup, where they share a photo of an officer with an adoptable animal from Evansville Animal Control, to help get the word out. This week's rescue is a rooster with an outlaw name that made me laugh out loud.
Here is what they had to say about Wyatt Chirp:
Wyatt Chirp is this week's featured Friday Rescue Roundup. He is just one of the roosters at Animal Control. Wyatt was appre-hen-ded a little over a month ago and appears to be younger. He is no jailbird; he longs to be free with a flock to call his own.If you're looking for a loyal guy to tend your flock, head over to 815 Uhlhorn to check out Wyatt and his rooster friends today!