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My name is Max and Frieda!

Chicken for adoption in Saugerties, New York - Max and Frieda
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I'm being cared for by:
Catskill Animal Sanctuary

Facts about Max and Frieda

  • Breed: Chicken
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
Max and his gal pal Frieda are full of color and flare. Max is one of our "Frat Boys," a group of 13 roosters who came as chicks from a Philadephia school hatching project in 2013. When his frat brothers decided he wasn't pledge material, Max moved into the Bachelor Pad, where he met Frieda. Max is a Red Star rooster.
and Georgia came to CAS in 2014 when her owner could no longer care for her. She appears to be a Rhode Island Red/Buff Orphington cross.

They are a friendly and talkative pair who spend their days scratching in the dirt and frolicking in the tall grasses. Max and Frieda would get along well with other hens, but he is bossy with other roosters.

Are you searching for a lively trio of birds to add to your existing flock? Would you like to begin keeping birds of your own?Then this little flock is a great way to start.

If you are interested in adopting Max and Frieda please complete an adoption application on our website at http://casanctuary.org/getinvolved/adopt-an-animal/. Adoption fee for each bird is $15.We adopt animals to approved homes within a 2 hr radius of our location in Saugerties, NY.

Can't adopt? Then what about sponsorship?

To sponsor Max or Fridea go to http://casanctuary.org/getinvolved/sponsor/. Sponsorship donation is $15 per chicken per month. As a sponsor, you help provide for the cost of feed, bedding, and vet costs.. You also receive: 2 glossy photos of your animal, VIP visiting privileges by appointment, a 1- year Family membership to CAS, and frequent updates about your animal. You can even give a sponsorship as a gift!

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About Catskill Animal Sanctuary

About Our Rescue Group...

Located in the New York’s Hudson Valley, Catskill Animal Sanctuary (CAS) is a 110-acre haven for horses and farm animals rescued from cruelty and neglect. In addition to emergency rescue, CAS provides innovative programs that educate the public about the sentience of farm animals, and the devastating impacts of agribusiness and institutionalized cruelty on animals, people, and the planet.

CAS offers weekend and special group tours, vegan cooking classes, speaking engagements, a summer day camp for kids, and a host of compassionate programming year round at its primarily solar-powered Sanctuary. Lodging is available on site at The Homestead, a beautifully-renovated 1813 farmhouse.

Since 2001, CAS has rescued over 3,500 animals, and has worked in tandem with law enforcement to bring animal abusers to justice.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are open to the public for tours on Saturdays and Sundays from 11-2:30 from April to October. Admission for adults is $12, for children $8 and seniors $8. Children 2 and under are free.

Our largest event is the Shindig held every fall. Please refer to our website for all event details.

Price List:
Members
Advance: $8
Door: $10

Non-Members
Advance: $12
Door: $15

Children
Ages 6-12: $5
5 and under: FREE

We also have our Homestead Guesthouse and cooking classes available to members. Please visit our website, casanctuary.org for more information.

Our Adoption Process...

We ask all adopters to complete an adoption application, specific to the species they intend to adopt. These can be found on our website at casanctuary.org. We then set up a meeting between adopter and animal to see if the two are compatible. We require a site visit to see where the animal will be living prior to approving an adoption. Things we look for include type and condition of fencing, size and condition of pasture, shelter- run in/shed/barn/stall, availability of food and water, type of bedding to be used. We ask for 2 references for all adopters. There is also an adoption fee for all animals which varies by species ranging from $15-$500.