Rescued Chicken

In Our Hearts

Spike Loved:

  • Being a curious boy
  • Greeting visitors as they walked by

Spike’s Tribute:

Every year, 60,000 young birds are shipped in stacked, crowded crates onto the streets of Brooklyn for a religious ritual called Kaporos. For days, six-week old chickens are denied food and water and are left outside in these crates, exposed to extreme heat, cold, wind, and rain. As if this weren’t bad enough, they then are grabbed from their crates and slaughtered in the streets. Those who survive have smashed toes, open sores, broken bones, and were weak and dehydrated. Spike was one of the chickens who survived and was rescued. He now lived at Luvin Arms with five other chickens rescued from this ritual. Spike was a curious boy, always the first to greet visitors as they walked by.

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