I received an email from Carolina Waterfowl rescue today folks. They're looking for foster's in case the turkeys from the Butterball raid are released...If you are anywhere near here and could foster or adopt, please send them an email. I have, despite my incredible fear of these guys. Below is the email and information. "We are assisting with some of the sick and injured turkeys from the Butterball Turkey raid. We are not sure if any turkeys will be released yet but when they are we need to have people lined up in advance to take them. These turkeys have never been outside and need a safe indoor environment while they get acclimated to having a normal life. Most are males and have had their beaks cut off to prevent fighting. We also need temporary housing for turkeys while they wait for clearance to leave the state. If you are able to house turkeys temporarily or permanently please email us at [email protected]. Volunteer help is also needed for working directly with the turkeys. This is not a job for everyone, these animals have horrific injuries from abuse, neglect and cruelty, its hard labor and emotionally draining. Additionally we need transporters to take turkeys to various areas for medical care and placement. we may also have a need for other volunteer help. Please email [email protected] to be added to our list so we can call on you. Please be patient as we are getting many requests and we may not respond to everyone immediately but we will contact you when we are ready for your help. If you cant adopt or volunteer please consider making a donation so that we can do as much as possible to help. Funds will be needed for food, medical care and transportation of the turkeys. All they have ever knows is cruelty and abuse, hopefully we can give a decent life to as many as possible with your support. Donations can be sent via paypal /credit card to [email protected] or can be sent to our mailing address listed below. If you want to read more about the condition of the turkeys here is a news article. http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/mon...-turkey-plant-on-animal-cruelty-concerns.html Warning the video is extremely disturbing and graphic. Turkeys are kicked, stomped, and beaten in a variety of ways. " Now, I am terrified of turkeys and still sent them an email volunteering to help out...I'm sure they'd appreciate any help guys. Em-the soon to be blind Fish Lady.