In Memory

Marshmallow

Marshmallow was surrendered by a 'free-range egg farm' because her foot was deformed and needed extra care.

Whether bred ‘free-range’, in a barn or in battery cages, hens bred for the purpose of egg laying are ‘depopulated’ at about eighteen months old, when their egg production slows.

Marshmallow lived and played with the other animals that need extra care, free from harm.

Photo: Kelsey Hannah / ALV



In Memory