PETA U.K. Staff Have Turkey for Christmas Dinner

Published by PETA.

But she wasn’t the main course—she was the guest of honor:




Angel came to PETA U.K.’s holiday dinner from Hen Haven—a safe sanctuary for chickens and turkeys who would otherwise have been slaughtered. Feasting on faux turkey, grilled figs, nut roast, and mince pies with new friends sure beats a short, traumatic life on a factory farm.

Written by Logan Scherer

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