"The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act of 1960 was supposed to protect egg-laying hens from the torture of battery cages, but sadly, the Act has been largely ignored. As the world's third largest egg-producing nation, it's a shame that 70% of India's eggs still come from battery cages.
These cages are often no bigger than a standard sheet of paper. In a battery cage, a hen cannot spread her wings and will never have the chance to perch, dust bathe, or forage for food - all essential, natural behaviors. " email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org