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February 25, 2011

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Chana Pinson

I love reading all the latest updates on these beautiful residents of FS. It's a pleasure to see these sentient creatures living a life, of pleasures, that's rightfully theirs. Thank you all at Farm Sanctuary for all you've done for them!!

Margaret Moore

Sending Vegan hugs and kisses to all my friends at FS. Thank you for all you do. You have had a profound impact on my life. Many Thanks and Blessings today and always. Margaret

Maria Norcia

So sweet. I am so happy they had a home to go to with caring humans. ~M

Alexandra

What a sad but ultimately beautiful story - thank you so much for sharing these stories and for all of the hard work you all do. Those of us out here who can only donate money here and there but love these animals so much send you much love!

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