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February 11, 2011

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Angie Wheeler

Thank you so much for sharing FS!

Petunia: You are such a brave little miracle - keep growing stronger. xoxo!

Elsie

I had tear in my eyes when I read her story. She is lucky that she found you! Thank you all for what you are doing for the animals.

Janice

I want to thank Farm Sanctuary and the doctor who contacted them for making the rescue of this adorable piglet named Petunia possible. I am so touched and thrilled to hear about the great work this organization does. Donations to Farm Sanctuary are so worthwhile.

Diane McCornack

Get Well sweet Petunia, I wishing you the BEST!
Diane

Marcia Sheldahl

She is so precious. I pray she lives a healthy long life. Thank you for taking such good care of her and all the other animals. You're organization inspires me to be a better person.

barbara burghardt

Thank you for this e-mail, and thank you for helping
Petunia, and the other animals. We must stop the cruelty of factory animal farming!!!!!!!

Angie Dano

I AM NOW A VEGAN I WAS FORMERLY A VEGETARIAN SINCE 1987. I AM SO HAPPY TO BE ABLE TO SAVE ANY FARM ANIMALS FOR THE CHANGE. I HOPE MANY OTHERS WILL FOLLOW. WATCH THE VIDEOS ON HOW THESE POOR FARM ANIMALS ARE TREATED FROM BIRTH TO THEIR DEATH. IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE.

Angie Dano

Thank you so much for the wonderful work you do for these farm animals. I have seen the video of the horrible and despicable treatment these innocent animals endure from birth to the time of their death. Sickening, I must say. These acts of cruelty to any living creatures should not be tolerated. We call ourselves" human beings" but those people who has no soul to inflict these torture to these animals are by NO means "human beings".

Bonnie Shulman

I'm in love!

Sharron Woodward

I find the photo of Petunia snuggling into her racoon both heart warming & breaking. She should be snuggling with her mother. How sad that she will never know the love of her mother.

Terhi

Awwwwww - she's adorable! How could anyone not fall in love with that face? Thanks for all you do!

Ginger *:)

Happy Valentine's Day Petunia... You are adorable.

Teresa Caldwell

I am so glad she was rescued. I hope she has a very long life.

robin privett

Thank you for what you do!!!

Xeopse

<3 <3 <3

Carly

Thank you for all that you do for animals! This pig is Adorable!

Bess

She is the sweetest thing! I love your organization!

Daryl Wiltsie

How can any human being condone the cruelty of factory animal farming by buying and eating their products??? It defies my capacity to comprehend.

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