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August 18, 2010


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I am so glad this adorable baby was found and saved. How in the world did he ever end up all by himself? it;s all for the best. Now he will be a friend for life, instead of beef on a plate. Yay!


Thank you Laura for your compassion, and thank you Farm Sanctuary for all that you do.

Laura Calbert

Just went and visited Elliot today. I'm one of the people that rescued him in July. I'm SO happy to see how well-taken care of and happy he is at the farm. It couldn't have worked out better. I really love the little guy - it's hard not to bond with a newborn sucking on your fingers while on your lap for two hours (the time it took to get to the farm from where we found him). Thanks farm sanctuary for doing what you do and letting me visit and see this great little guy grow up with the happiness he deserves!


He's so cute! Glad he's in a happy home.

Susan Taunton


beth wheeler

Your stories of rescues are wonderful! I blogged the new V-logs today :)


he is gorgeous! yay for elliot and his wonderful rescuers!! i hate to think about how he wound up alone in the woods.

Beryl Gilbert

I hope to meet Elliot Saturday at the Twilight Tour... Maybe it will be past his bed time...

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