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January 13, 2010

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Angela Hancock

What a sweet story. I am so thankful for the work you do. Such a wonderful place for the amazing animals. I know this trio is running through the fields of heaven together.

Midtownchica

Such a heartfilled story on friendship and life. It def touched my heart as I read it...

gladys def

Loved the story! We should all accept and love each other as much...God bless you Angie, good example..

Meg Jones

OMG, I cried my eyes out reading your story regarging Angie. I am such an animal lover myself. I hope Fiona is okay now. Thank you for not only sharing your story but for everything you do and stand for. KUDOS TO YOU! XOXO

Julia

Thank you for sharing this...such a beautiful story. Its always good to know that there are kind open hearts in the world...even in animals. Blessings to you for the work that you do.

Amy Arnaz

Ohhhhh....I love this story. I am mesmerized by stories of the love that animals exhibit. Elephants for one. And how about our household pets? Animals love. It's that simple. This story is beautiful. Thank you. Amy Arnaz

patty

Beautiful story, made me sad, for her loss. People should appreciate their animal friends more.

Barbara  Fitzgerald

Thank you so much for that beautiful story it shows u everybody needs someone my husband died dec 26th of this year and i loved tour story for both of loved animals thank you barb

Krystal

This is such an amazing story.
I love animals and I am a vegetarian. Bless you for the work and effort you do for these animals:)

Donna M. Hodsdon

Sweet!!! just goes to show ppl that animals have feelings too...

Angie Dano

What a beautiful Story. By the way, my name is Angie, too. If there is anything that touch me, it's story like this about animals. I am glad Angie lived a comfortable and happy life before her demise. I love all animals. I am so thankful there are so many people who do too.

Sarah

Thank you so much for the wonderful story! You are such an amazing group - thank you for allowing these incredible animals to live a happy life where they are safe and loved.

Carolyn O. Jenkins

What a wonderful story - Fiona was a blessing to Angie - these dear pigs can tach us so much!! I am sorry some humans don't learn!! And thank you Farm Sanctuary for all those wonderful days you give and give again to the animals.

Karen

A wonderful story. Having just lost my sweet 14-year-old dog this week, this story put a smile on my face. Thank you for sharing it.

rob rondanini

may she rip sad but happy at same time! im glad theres good hearted people out there that care and realize pigs are so sweet smart great animals!!! i miss my best friend lola but i know shes happy!

Elizabeth

I wish people would stop eating pigs. If more meat eaters read stories like this, they would.

Diana Kekule

Very sweet, inspiring story of hope and friendship amidst loss. Every creature on earth is a manifestation of Love. Thank you for helping to raise the consciousness of humanity.

jlm

thank you for what you do.

Beverly Wing

Thank You for the very touching story of Angie. It makes me proud to be a member of Farm Sanctuary. The story reminds me of the day I let my best friend go. My old horse, Lyndora, was very ill and could not stand. I will never forget that moment of good-bye.

Gail

Such a tender story. Typing through tears, we cannot forget that all sentient beings have feelings and only long to be loved. Bless you all for the work you do.

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