4 Hens Rescued by ALF (Germany)

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In Germany, April 2017, we liberated 4 hens and a rooster from their prison, where they were denied their right to roam freely, and forced to produce eggs to satisfy the hunger of their ‘masters’.
After their liberation, the chickens were moved to a newly erected tree-henhouse in the occupied Hambach forest, Germany.

Enjoying the ‘luxury’ of a wilderness not unlike their natural habitat, the chickens had a few days of roaming the former Monkey Town occupation, before being moved to an animal shelter.

This act of animal liberation, is one of solidarity with all animals in chains, and one of rage towards the ecocidal machine of industrial capitalism.

Fire to the slaughterhouse, freedom for all life!