"Being the very social creature she is, she slowly made her way up to the front, first perching on the backseat, and then making her way all the way up to sit beside me for the drive home," Moore said. "She quietly sat there looking out the window, chirping in my ear. Like most turkeys, she is very interested in her surroundings and very affectionate!"
For a moment, Betty perched so that she could peer over Moore's shoulder as she drove. "I know I was getting some pretty weird looks," Moore said, adding that she was driving very slowly and carefully so that Betty was safe. "I guess it’s not every day that someone looks into a car and sees a turkey almost perched on the driver's shoulder! To me, it was just another day in the life of an animal rescuer."