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Liberate Libby
Help ferry hens to freedom
7/23/2015 – Libby will be free
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Rescue mission accomplished! 1,525 hens safe and sound. Check out this video of the hens experiencing freedom for the first time.

Be a Hen Helper!
Apply to adopt! Be a rescuer. Give them the loving home they deserve. By adopting, you literally save the life of a hen who would otherwise have been needlessly killed. There are 500 available hens ready for their new homes now! They were saved from the same farm.
Volunteer! We cannot do this rescue without volunteer support. Find out how you can love the hens by helping keep them clean, fed, and healthy! The first three weeks are the most important. Housing available onsite.
Donate! It takes $15 to liberate one lovely hen from a cage and $35 to liberate and feed her for more than a month!

 

This July, be a hero for animals and join Animal Place in liberating at least 1,500 hens from the agony of cages.

We have not met Libby yet. For the past year, she has lived in a cage with a dozen other hens. Her beak was mutilated. Her feathers have been battered from rubbing against wire walls. She is ready for freedom. We will be tracking her progress and sharing it with you!

In California the majority of white Leghorn hens are gassed and their bodies trashed in landfills. Read an eyewitness account of hen gassing.

Be a part of Animal Place’s next large rescue! As the only sanctuary in the nation that regularly performs large-scale rescues directly from farms, we rely heavily on our volunteers and supporters to make these massive rescues possible. For our next rescue – Liberate Libby – we need you!

Read about our 1,500 hen rescue from February 2015.

Be a Hen Helper!
Apply to adopt! Be a rescuer. Give them the loving home they deserve. By adopting, you literally save the life of a hen who would otherwise have been needlessly killed. There are 500 available hens ready for their new homes now! They were saved from the same farm.
Volunteer! We cannot do this rescue without volunteer support. Find out how you can love the hens by helping keep them clean, fed, and healthy! The first three weeks are the most important. Housing available onsite.
Donate! It takes $15 to liberate one lovely hen from a cage and $35 to liberate and feed her for more than a month!

15 Responses so far.

  1. Barbara H. Vinson says:

    I’m sure we who are older remember the 50’s, when our chickens and cows, etc., ran free in the meadows, then were rounded up for milking. They had a good life as compared with the pathetic souls of today who are subjected to factory farms. This is an evil process. Very often they are controlled by sadists who enjoy inflicting pain and horror upon these creatures. So far, nothing has been done about these horrible places and people. What a change. All that is thought about is profit, and if an animal suffers, too bad. I only hope those people get theirs.

  2. Everyone who can should get involved with Libby. One building block can start a new life for all factory farm animals. Please lets build a better future for all animals.

  3. Patty S. Kowalczyk says:

    These poor innocent animals do not deserve to suffer, and this practice needs to end immediately. No living being should be subjected to this torture and pain.

  4. IF I COULD, I`D TAKE ÉM ALL!!!!!
    I`m an elderly disabled veteran, with nothing to donate but love, fervent prayers, & good wishes………those you will have 24/7. If & when I get better off financially, you`ll have that too!!!!! As a fanatical animal-lover/tree-huggin` hippie woman, I salute y`all from my heart & soul!!!!!
    THANK YOU, & GOD BLESS!!!!! 🙂

    • Elizabeth says:

      Ok same-named-lady. I’m not wealthy but I’ve got a few nickels to rub together. Your donation of love and prayers is enough for me. I’m going to donate for you.

  5. Donna Marks says:

    They deserve our protection not our persecution.

  6. Julie Martin says:

    I hope you can save Libby and find an sanctuary for her.

  7. CLAUDY ASSALIT says:

    ANIMALS ARE NOT OURS TO EAT , WEAR, EXPERIMENT ON , USE FOR ENTERTAINMENT OR ABUSE IN ANY OTHER WAY

  8. Patricia murphy says:

    Depending on your location I’m available to help with rescue or fostering. I live in Santa Rosa CA..I live on my sisters property (4acres). The land is cross fenced creating 5 fenced(5′) pastures all with stalls. She used to raise alpacas. Thank You.

  9. Ruth Scheidler says:

    I am heart warmed any time I read about people working to extend compassion and improved living conditions to ill treated creatures of any kind. At this time I cannot help with a donation or an adoption, but will forward your email. and dear Libby’s photo to friends who might be able and willing to do both.

    You are my favorite type of humans; you not know the “The Golden Rule,” you LIVE it. If all humans were so inclined, sweet Libby would have a perky, proud strut, full soft feathers, and an undamaged beak.

    • Ruth Scheidler says:

      I am heart warmed any time I read about people working to extend compassion and improved living conditions to ill treated creatures of any kind. At this time I cannot help with a donation or an adoption, but will forward your email. and dear Libby’s photo to friends who might be able and willing to do both.

      You are my favorite type of humans; you not only KNOW the “The Golden Rule,” you LIVE it. If all humans were so inclined, sweet Libby would have a perky, proud strut, full soft feathers, and an undamaged beak.

  10. Gloria Cameron says:

    They deserve much better care and lives !

  11. Lisa M. says:

    As always, thanks for all you do for the magnificent animals. I have been vegan for 47 years and my entire life has been devoted to animal rights, protection and welfare; and of course, rescue and rehab.

    Your shelter is a beautiful place!

    Lisa Mazzola

  12. Nelly Enos says:

    We have adopted in the past and are ready and willing to adopt more of these wonderful birds. I have been passing the word to family and friends and have many ready to also adopt. Just waiting to hear back so we can start this process. This is a wonderful organization I wish I lived closer then I could volunteer. Thanks