Deliver these homeless chickens from the mean streets of New York City.
He says he wants to find a shelter for the 75 or so birds that have made Lopez' lot their home. He says he doesn't know how much longer he can continue to care for them.
He says he spends $180 a month on cracked corn to feed them.
Farm Sanctuary's Susie Coston says that the national farm animal rescue organization is "inundated" with roosters.
She says it's likely that the birds will have to be tested for disease before being taken to shelters.