The hens removed from the homes could be placed for adoption pending a Sheriff's Department investigation.
That's not the case for the roosters.
Mike Arens, SPCA Humane Officer: "Our roosters cannot be rehabilitated not to fight. Once they've been trained to fight...They're gonna be fighters till the day they die."
The SPCA says the roosters are too violent for adoption. They plan to euthanize the birds after the Sheriff's investigation wraps up.