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April 12, 2011

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It is so refreshing to see these beautiful animals living life the way their Creator intended...it makes me so happy to know that there are people working so hard to help farm animals

MA Moore

I love ALL of your videos! It is so refreshing to see these beautiful animals living life the way their Creator intended. Thank you for restoring my faith in the human race! May God Bless you today and always! xoxo

brooke

thank you so much susie and every single person who helps at farm sanctuary, it makes me so happy to know that there are people working so hard to help farm animals, who deserve a much happier life!

Beryl Furman

I just LOVE your videos! One can see the simple pleasures the animals have are the same for all creatures.

Acarreiro

YAY!!!!!! What an exciting day!!!

Kayla W.

Aww how cute!! Happiest ducks I've ever seen :-)

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