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Here are but just a few of our residents and their stories.
Sunny-Butter (and Rebecca)
Al is one of three young toms who were saved by Farm Sanctuary. They arrived at our sanctuary on New Year’s Day 2008 – what a great way to start the new year!
Max arrived on April 1, 2007 as a shy, emaciated dog. Now 40 pounds heavier, he watches over and protects the chickens (who walk under him instead of around him).
Heart’s story was printed in United Poultry Concerns’ Poultry Press: http://www.upc-online.org/winterspring06/hart.html
A compassionate student saved Dove from a necropsy lab, where she would otherwise have been killed and dissected.
Diesel and two hens were saved from the Hurricane Floyd flood of 1999. They arrived at the local humane society covered in diesel fuel and required a lengthy bath when they arrived at the sanctuary.
Okie fell from a slaughterhouse-bound truck in Oklahoma. A local woman, on a return cross-country trip to our area, picked her up and took care of her for the rest of the journey east.