In a daring nighttime rescue, DxE activists scooped Scarlett up from the crush of bodies that covered her and rushed her to receive veterinary care. Now she has the life that all animals deserve. 


At a sanctuary, Scarlett was able to move around without a crush of bodies swarming her for the first time in nearly two years. 


In farms, birds are denied companionship because of crowding. But now Scarlett spends most of her time grazing with her best friend Mary. 


Scarlett was brutalized because a company hoped to profit from her eggs. Now she is treated with the same kindness we give to a puppy, a kitten, or even a human child.