Efficient and intelligent, Roosters love to show off their talents.
They want to be the center of attention but at the same time are very generous to their friends and loved ones. They appear outwardly very strong-willed and energetic but are actually full of fear and worries on the inside. Committed to themselves, Roosters are hypercritical of everything and everyone, especially if they are not getting enough respect from the other animals on the farm. They can be inflexible, with beliefs and opinions that tend toward fanaticism.
Roosters just want to strut their stuff. They are fashion gurus and are unafraid to create their own unique style. People admire them for the colors they wear, their pleasing outfits and dashing ingenuity. Roosters want to be successful, and their enduring self-belief makes them sure -- cock-sure, in fact -- that they can handle everyone and everything. Eager to know all there is to know about any subject that interests them, Roosters often show impatience and a lack of humility -- they want only the best when it comes to material things. It might take Roosters a while to reach their goals, but it's likely they'll succeed, as Roosters are generally too proud to accept less than the best. They are perfectionists, which serves their ambitions but may be hard on those around them.