PETA Hosts Animal Place’s 2014 Chicken Adopt-a-thon

Animal Place and PETA partnered to help nearly 100 chickens who were saved from a death sentence find loving forever homes.

Like all animals, chickens love their families and value their own lives. The social nature of chickens means that they are always looking out for their families and for other chickens in their group. People who have spent time with chickens know that they have a complex social structure, adept communication skills, and distinct personalities, just as we do.

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind