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March 26, 2009

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Joyce Holsten

This is a wonderful story. Thanks so much for sharing it. The Farm Sanctuary is a true inspiration. My heart breaks for all the animals who suffer and endure horrific lives on factory farms. I wish more people could learn about these wonderful farm animals who are kind and loving. Keep doing what you're doing! I'd come work on the Farm Sanctuary if I lived close by.

Kindest regards,
Joyce

Melinda

I am so glad these beautiful girls made their way to your haven...Thank you for taking such wonderful care of them!

Terhi

How sweet! I can't understand how some people think that animals don't have feelings. Thank you so much for giving these two special cows the good life they deserve.

Andy

I have tears in my eyes reading that. Good on you folks, keep up the good work :-)

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