Welcome to the 237th episode of Our Hen House, a place to find our way to change the world for animals.
Today’s super special show is our third reel of highlights from the Our Hen House TV show, a co-production with Brooklyn Independent Media. We’ll bring you interviews with Rachel Winard [transcript], Melanie Joy [transcript], Charles Siebert [transcript], Donny Moss [transcript], and Noah Gittell [transcript]. We are so pleased that Our Hen House’s intern Alessandra Seiter was here to curate this episode.
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“If a rabbit defined intelligence the way man does, then the most intelligent animal would be a rabbit, followed by the animal most willing to obey the commands of a rabbit.” -Robert Brault
Episode 237: “If a rabbit defined intelligence the way man does, then the most intelligent animal would be a rabbit, followed by the animal most willing to obey the commands of a rabbit.”
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