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February 24, 2010

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Farm Animal Injury

Care is the most sacred gesture whether for animal or human.

help animals

What a truly wonderful job you have done over the years. Looking at the before photos, it is hard to believe those animals survived.

Do farm sanctuary have people who regularly check salesyards etc for suffering animals, or are these animals brought in by other people?

Deanna Dylan Scott

I have a fairly new blog/website called Vegidea.com.It's got everything from restaurant reviews to opinion pieces to an "Ask Dea" section for questions and answers.

I have been veg for many years and vegan for 6.

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