SAVED FROM A BRUTAL MURDER

Hi clint,

We just saved 100 turkeys from slaughter in DxE’s largest rescue ever! The same Utah farm that originally prosecuted DxE activists for Open Rescue has withdrawn support from the prosecution and yesterday, they released 100 turkeys to us in an act of holiday compassion. Open Rescue is turning the tables and inspiring compassion even from within the industry. As I watched these individuals get carried out, one after another, I could see that a big change is coming in the animal rights movement.

Today, these 100 turkeys are meeting their families for the first time, getting the medical care that they need, and transforming the national narrative around Thanksgiving. This story of unprecedented compassion has the power to change hearts and minds everywhere, and I want to invite you to be a part of this story.

You can sponsor or “adopt” a turkey today and be a part of giving them the life they deserve.

When you become a sponsor, you’ll receive a certificate of sponsorship and help cover a turkey’s medical care for six months. When you “adopt” a turkey, you’ll receive a certificate of adoption, regular updates on your adopted turkey, the chance to name them, and you’ll cover the cost of transporting them to safety and their medical care for one year! We’ll be following the stories of these 100 #HolidaySurvivors as they begin their new lives, and your contribution today will directly support their care.

Priya

 Sponsor or “adopt” a turkey today →
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