Black Betty (Australorp hen) Arrived 12 November 2015
UPDATE 20 July 2016:
We were very sad to say goodbye to Black Betty today. Despite immediate veterinary attention, a course of antibiotics for bacterial crop infection, a course of anti-inflammatories and a follow up visit, she succumbed to what the vet believed was a gastrointestinal tumour, with the crop infection secondary.
She had a happy 8 months of food, freedom, friendship, dust baths and love while she was here.
Black Betty came to us with Wilma, Fred and Dino. They had been abandoned by previous owner on a property which was seized by the bank. Lovely real estate agents fed them. gave them fresh water and alerted us to our plight. They have all been recuperating with us since they got here, but Black Betty and Wilma are now out with the other hens with free run of the propertyWould you like to help us to take care any of the other animals still with us? One off donations and sponsorship gifts are available now to support our work. Thank you for caring about farm animals.
** Happy Hooves Farm Sanctuary – Where The Good Life Begins **
…and sometimes where a good life ends too