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February 09, 2011

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Farm Sanctuary

Thanks for your interest in purchasing rescued animal photos. We are pleased to offer the following link to our Café Press store where our supporters can buy them:http://www.cafepress.com/farmsanctuary

Thanks for your support!

animal photos

i had a goose as my pet when i was 5, it act like a dog as well, just follow everywhere.

Cherrytea

Ok - I said this in a facebook comment for another photo, but this is worth saying again.

I really think Farm Sanctuary should offer posters or prints of some of these photos for sale. They are so beautiful and I am sure that many more people like myself would love to have a photo or two, or three)that so clearly reminds us who we are fighting for.

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