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April 21, 2009


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marie Coiscaud

VERY impress by your work !!! Congratulations !!!!

Plan to go to NYC and California (next July) to see you,

Marie (Montreal-Canada)

rosemarie banta

deeps bows, love and respect for all you do!!!

Alejandra Román

My name is alejandra. I am writing from Chile. Wholeheartedly thank you very much for your beautiful work.
a big hug

Alejandra Román

Mi nombre es alejandra. Les escribo desde Chile. Muchas gracias de todo corazón por su hermosa labor.
un fuerte abrazo

Chicas Y Mujeres

hm.. interesting :)


The perfect video to watch after a long day at work. Puts a smile on your face.
Love those babies and all other animals too.

Martha Valasek

I found this site because friends of mine stayed there and took loads of photos. The whole idea captured my interest and my heart.

Nora Lynch

Hello, A beautiful piglet was rescued on a highway here in Toronto after a fall from a livestock truck. The humane society have name her "Wiggles" as she tries to wiggle what is left of her little tail. She had a broken leg and is about 6 weeks old now. Her rescue by a passing motorist happened about 2 weeks ago. Wiggles is now resting and recoving after the surgery to fix her leg and is delightful and sweet. When she is fully well she will be going to live at a farm sanctuary. The little pig will have a long life. Shame on the pork industry for the cruel treatment of these innocent animals. There is no legislation in this country for factory farms so these animals have no one to protect them. God bless you for the work you do and love to all the wonderful animals you help.


Its great to know that there are such animal lovers out there giving them the love and freedom they deserve. Keep up the excellent work. Well done

Patsi Hansen

Thank you all for the pleasure of allowing me to participate in the daily chores at Farm Sanctuary during my stay . I had an amazing time meeting all of you, especially Sarah, and getting to know many of the animals. Kisses to Annie, the dairy cow, and Jack the spunky little goat. God is watching over you. I am proud to be vegan and call you all "friend". Thank you for having such a significant impact on my life. Thank you, Gene, for the chat, and for your book, I have found my purpose in life through your vision. I hope to return the favor by spreading the word. Until we meet again.......

Dawn Mason

They are so cute!

Lis Anna

LOVE LOVE LOVE the happiness I see in Jack and Fiona's eyes. I love the sanctuary. I love it's message, it's enlightened mission to accept all living beings as LIVING beings and the absolute joy that the sanctuary provides for its residents.


Thank you - what a great video!

Patricia Sass

Bless all of you at F.S. for loving so much and working so hard.You care for the sweet angels others eat for dinner.I admire you so much and thank you for all you do Sincerely, Trish


Makes me happy that I could be a part of a better life for one of these wonderful creatures. My husband and I took in a baby pig last year and love her so much. They're amazing animals.


how cute! happy earth day. :)


How absolutely adorable!


I wish life could be like that for all the Jacks and Fionas of our world...Happy Earth Day to all. Lets pray for change.

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