Roosters on the run


Officer Corey Quesinberry of Surry County Animal Control and residents and park staff at Elkin Municipal Park caught two roosters Wednesday morning which were running around the park. The staff chased them around the park, they were finally able to corral them in a dugout until animal control could get on the scene. The roosters are now being fostered until a permanent home can be found for them. Anyone interested in adopting the roosters can call the animal shelter at 336-401-8481.


Photo courtesy of Cicley McCulloch

Officer Corey Quesinberry of Surry County Animal Control and residents and park staff at Elkin Municipal Park caught two roosters Wednesday morning which were running around the park. The staff chased them around the park, they were finally able to corral them in a dugout until animal control could get on the scene. The roosters are now being fostered until a permanent home can be found for them. Anyone interested in adopting the roosters can call the animal shelter at 336-401-8481.


Photo courtesy of Cicley McCulloch

Officer Corey Quesinberry of Surry County Animal Control and residents and park staff at Elkin Municipal Park caught two roosters Wednesday morning which were running around the park. The staff chased them around the park, they were finally able to corral them in a dugout until animal control could get on the scene. The roosters are now being fostered until a permanent home can be found for them. Anyone interested in adopting the roosters can call the animal shelter at 336-401-8481.

Officer Corey Quesinberry of Surry County Animal Control and residents and park staff at Elkin Municipal Park caught two roosters Wednesday morning which were running around the park. The staff chased them around the park, they were finally able to corral them in a dugout until animal control could get on the scene. The roosters are now being fostered until a permanent home can be found for them. Anyone interested in adopting the roosters can call the animal shelter at 336-401-8481.

Officer Corey Quesinberry of Surry County Animal Control and residents and park staff at Elkin Municipal Park caught two roosters Wednesday morning which were running around the park. The staff chased them around the park, they were finally able to corral them in a dugout until animal control could get on the scene. The roosters are now being fostered until a permanent home can be found for them. Anyone interested in adopting the roosters can call the animal shelter at 336-401-8481.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_roosters-1.jpgOfficer Corey Quesinberry of Surry County Animal Control and residents and park staff at Elkin Municipal Park caught two roosters Wednesday morning which were running around the park. The staff chased them around the park, they were finally able to corral them in a dugout until animal control could get on the scene. The roosters are now being fostered until a permanent home can be found for them. Anyone interested in adopting the roosters can call the animal shelter at 336-401-8481. Photo courtesy of Cicley McCulloch

Officer Corey Quesinberry of Surry County Animal Control and residents and park staff at Elkin Municipal Park caught two roosters Wednesday morning which were running around the park. The staff chased them around the park, they were finally able to corral them in a dugout until animal control could get on the scene. The roosters are now being fostered until a permanent home can be found for them. Anyone interested in adopting the roosters can call the animal shelter at 336-401-8481.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_roosters-2.jpgOfficer Corey Quesinberry of Surry County Animal Control and residents and park staff at Elkin Municipal Park caught two roosters Wednesday morning which were running around the park. The staff chased them around the park, they were finally able to corral them in a dugout until animal control could get on the scene. The roosters are now being fostered until a permanent home can be found for them. Anyone interested in adopting the roosters can call the animal shelter at 336-401-8481. Photo courtesy of Cicley McCulloch
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