A cockerel has been found at a bus stop in the north-east.
The bird was spotted by a member of the public at a bus shelter in Maryculter.
The Scottish SPCA is now appealing for its owner to come forward.
Staff at the charity’s base in Drumoak have named the stray animal Decker and has been described as a “handsome chap” by staff.
Centre manager Graeme Innes said: “He didn’t have a bus pass so it’s lucky a kind passer by stopped and gave him a lift to our centre!
“We don’t know how Decker came to be there. It’s possible he has strayed from home or he could have been abandoned.
“Although he appears confident, he can be a little nervous and isn’t used to being handled. He does like to show off in front of all the females though.
“Decker will require a safe area to explore during the day and a secure place to stay overnight.
“We think he would enjoy a place in the countryside.
Anyone who thinks they can offer Decker the ticket his forever-home can ring the SSPCA 03000 999 999.