Activists from four countries across three different continents took part in the world's first coordinated open rescue, released on March 5th to mark the inaugural International Open Rescue Day. This date was chosen as it represents the date of the original open rescue conducted by Animal Liberation Victoria in Australia.
This initiative was organized by the newly formed coalition Open Rescue International. Open Rescue International seeks to share skills and knowledge amongst open rescue activists and increase public awareness of open rescue.
Chloe and Maya were starving and defeathered when DxE investigators arrived on the scene. They were living in confinement in a cage-free egg farm with thousands of other birds. Every day, they had to fight for food, for water, and for safety. They had never been outside or breathed fresh air. But DxE rescued Chloe and Maya and took them to a safe place. For the first time in their life, they received love and care.
Along with Chloe and Maya, dozens of other animals were rescued on this International Open Rescue Day. Together, we showed the world that all animals, regardless of their species or where they live, deserve to be happy, safe and free.
Chloe and Maya were rescued and now live peacefully in a sanctuary. But there are countless more just like them who need our help. Take action now!
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