Cotton's best buddy is another rescued silkie roo! Getting Oscar outta this trash heap wasn't easy! Precious Prince gets to be a house rooster now! No more cages for these hens at Sky's the Limit!

Eeyore's Hen Harbor

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Hen Harbor, a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, is an animal sanctuary that advocates and provides lifelong care for animals - primarily chickens - rescued from animal agriculture. We are fully supported by volunteers and grassroot efforts (no salaries or commissions are paid), and all donations go toward direct animal care and advocacy. We focus on chickens because they are, by far, the most exploited and abused animal on the planet. Yet at the same time, chickens are also among the most endearing and fascinating of animals, a side that the vast majority of people never get to see. In addition to hens rescued from industrial egg facilities, we also take in roosters and older hens from...

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Ariana Huemer
Organization Information
7331 W Zayante Rd
Felton, CA 95018
United States

  BRIDGE# 0628311524
Organization Information
7331 W Zayante Rd
Felton, CA 95018
United States

  BRIDGE# 0628311524

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Feb 9, 2018
Rounding Out the Year of the Rooster
As the Year of the Rooster, 2017 more than lived up to its name.   The past year saw our mission expand from being primarily a safe haven for rescued egg-industry hens into a rescue, rehab and...
Oct 5, 2017
To The Rescue (again & again & again...)
“I saw at least saw 30 kids running around the petting zoo with no parents … Some even started throwing things at the roosters that ended up in the trees ... Even the beautiful peacocks...
Jul 3, 2017
Changing Hearts & Minds: Recasting the Rooster, Saving Scallops
The Year of the (Unwanted) Roosters "We have four roosters ...  We got them when they were just babies, six of them to be exact and then four of them turned out to be roosters  ... We don't...
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