Free her
from this

Packed into a barren cage the size of a filing cabinet drawer, she will never get to spread her wings. The egg industry is desperate to keep her suffering a secret.

Photo: Andrew Skowron • Open Cages

Behind closed doors, the global egg industry is sentencing millions of egg-laying hens to a life of extreme suffering, packing these innocent birds into tiny wire cages in dark, dirty industrial facilities designed to churn out eggs—all at the expense of animal welfare, worker safety, human health, and any semblance of ethical consideration.

Life in a cage is endless agony. These hens barely have room to raise their heads or turn around. With no way to perch, forage, nest, or mother their chicks, they suffer from extreme psychological distress. Most develop osteoporosis, leading to brittle, broken bones. Finally, after laying hundreds upon hundreds of eggs for just a year or two, their bodies are completely spent, and they're sent to slaughter.

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A world without cages is possible. Food companies have the power to eliminate cages from their supply chains. It starts with a promise—and with putting that promise into practice. And change is already happening. Because compassionate consumers like you spoke out against cruel confinement, hundreds of food companies have committed to freeing hens from cages—acknowledging that the bottom line is no longer justification for animal abuse.

You can demand an end to cages once and for all by calling on corporations to create cage-free policies and stay true to their word—because empty promises won’t empty cages. When commitments go unfulfilled, they lose their meaning, deceive consumers, and harm animals.

Join us to demand that corporate giants eliminate cages altogether—and help bring us closer to a world where no animal endures abuse.

Caring people are demanding companies end their use of cruel cages.

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Caring people are demanding corporate bullies end their use of cruel cages once and for all.

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