Transformation Tuesday

Your support means that we can continue to rehome ex-caged hens and give them a new lease of life. But what happens when they find their new homes? Every week we will bring you a new Transformation Tuesday story of one lucky hen and her journey to a free-range life.
See just how much your care means to these lovely ladies in their progress photos and maybe even submit a Transformation Tuesday of one of your hens. You can see exactly what your donations means to these chickens, as they blossom, re-grow their feathers, and live happy and healthy lives.
Cyclamen at rehoming
Cyclamen 1 year later

Like any animals, hens can get sick from time to time. Less than 1% of farms birds get sick as the farmers like to keep them in good health, as this way they're more productive. Unfortunately Cyclamen was ill but found her way to us during the rehoming where she was assessed - she couldn't see and her eye was badly swollen and had a bad demeanour as a result. Cyclamen was taken to the vet the next day where a marble sized ball of pus from an infection was removed from her eye and a course of medication prescribed. Cyclamen's infection cleared and she thrived and looking at her now you wouldn't know that her eye had been so badly swollen. Twelve months on she's thoroughly enjoying her free-range retirement and enjoyed her treat that marked one year since she joined our flock.

David Marek
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