Una gallina libre puede llegar a vivir hasta 10 años e incluso más. 

La producción de huevos somete a las gallinas ponedoras a sufrir una “vida” miserable. Privadas de espacio y descanso, del 10 al 15% mueren exhaustas o pisoteadas por sus compañeras.

A los 15 meses de vida y tras una larga agonía, cuando su débil y enfermo cuerpo ya no puede producir más huevos, son enviadas al matadero.

En la imagen, arriba, gallinas ponedoras en una granja industrial; abajo, gallinas rescatadas por Feeling Free disfrutando la vida. A pesar de las diferencias, comparten algo que marcó sus vidas para siempre…El consumo de huevos las hizo esclavas.

A free chicken can live up to 10 years and even more.

Egg production subject to laying hens suffer a miserable “life”. Without space and rest, of 10 to 15% die exhausted or trampled by her companions.

At 15 months of life and after a long agony, when his weak and sick body already cannot produce more eggs, they are sent to the slaughterhouse.

In the image above, laying hens in a factory farm; down, hens rescued by Feeling Free enjoying life. Despite the differences, they share something that marked their lives forever…The consumption of eggs made them slaves.


Ok everyone 1 2 3…MELT! 😍 Every being deserves to be loved. Ismael is one of the lambs rescued from a farm by @minovalleyfarmsanctuary 30 baby lambs & goats were separated from their moms and put in a cramped prison to be slaughtered as dog food, when the sanctuaries stepped in they had already killed 15 of them

When they arrived at the Sanctuary they had open wounds, bloody diarrhea and some of them didn’t make it 😢… but the ones that did like little Ismael, will never have to be afraid and they will always be loved and respected as fellow earthlings

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April 18th: Condor in Flight

Condors are in danger in Peru. Unfortunately farmers have a few misconceptions about these beautiful beasts. As you can tell they are quiet massive and imposing creatures. Because of their looks many animal owners assume that these creatures stalk and kill their livestock. 

Unlike Ospreys or Falcons, Condors do not have talons aka, the ability to kill prey. Their diet consists of creatures that have already left this world. Due to this many farmers will put out poisoned meat diminishing their numbers. Additionally many rituals involve their feathers giving them another enemy to look out for. 



Visiting an animal sanctuary, just looking into the eyes of those beautiful creatures you can see they are intellegent and have feelings. Deserving of life and love.