Thousands of Birds Spared From Life of Hell
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Thousands of Birds Spared From Life of Hell

An application to extend a broiler-chicken unit in Worcestershire that we objected to has been refused. This is great news for up to 168,000 chickens who would have been forced into a life of pain and suffering had the plans been approved.

While we celebrate this great victory, we won’t stop fighting until all chickens raised for their flesh – crammed together into huge, dark, filthy ammonia-laden sheds and forced to grow so large so quickly that they become crippled under their own weight – are free from this nightmarish existence.

The best way that you can help end this suffering is to make the compassionate choice to go vegan. Delicious alternatives to most animal-based foods are widely available – including mock chicken and turkey, fake bacon and dairy-free ice cream and cream cheese. The only thing missing is the cruelty. Order your free vegetarian/vegan starter kit today!

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  1. avatar Hayley says:

    wouldnt another alternative be to be really picky about where your meat/dairy products from? there are free range alternatives to most things now, and if you dont want to go vegan, i think this is a viable alternative. really pleased for those chickens. We used to have chickens in the garden, and they were quite happy there, roaming about 300 square foot of garden, just the 4 of them. they loved it. they had a little house that they could shelter in if they wanted, and we only locked them in at night to keep the foxes out. miss them sometimes.

  2. avatar alzira mara de azevedo novaes says:

    SOS YESHUA !!!

  3. avatar Brien Comerford says:

    No animals on the face of the earth are more abused by malevolent humans than peaceful and docile chickens. I hope the meek will inherit the earth.

  4. avatar John Alexander Gibson says:

    Every chicken deserves to be free, no chickens life should be ended just for the sake of a tasty meal. I’m going vegan on 1st Jan 2012, why dont you. Thanks PETA for the inspiration!

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