Dorothy was Rescued!
When PETA staffers first saw Dorothy at a rural county fair, they noticed that she had an injured wing with the bone exposed. They scooped her up and took her to a PETA mobile clinic for treatment.
PETA helped Dorothy secure a permanent home at Bleatniks Barnyard sanctuary in North Carolina, where she quickly found her place in the pecking order—at the top. She keeps all the other chickens in check, is vocal about her salad preferences (yes to grated carrots, no to green apples), and chats every afternoon with Mr. Blonde, a guinea hen. At night, she walks up a ramp to tuck herself into her very own little bed.
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