Give a shout out and vote for the sanctuary that you are most inspired by and that you believe are doing awesome work for animals! At the Animal Liberation Conference in Berkeley this June we will announce those who got the most shoutouts, bring them to the stage to share, and donate money in their honor!
Give your activist, sanctuary, and chapter shoutouts on the main shoutout form!
Trooper, in photo, was found in a dumpster after he lost in a cock fighting ring. We couldn't save him but with a team of amazing volunteers, vets, and donors, many others have made full recoveries emotionally and physically. Rescue work is the most fulfilling thing, my passion, my very reason for being. We must continue to awaken the world, to have them open their eyes and stand up for those without a voice.
Here is our mission in 3 simple steps: 1. Help people make the connection between companion animals and farm animals to promote a compassionate lifestyle; 2. Help those people transition into a that lifestyle; 3. Help those practicing peace on their plates spread the word to enlighten others to join our movement.
Granjita TyH and Huerta Vida Digna have combined their 20 years of experience to strengthen the care of all inhabitants, design new habitats that allow them to fully live their animality, seek care and accompaniment for those of us who give our lives and work to this mission, avoiding compassion fatigue in activists, volunteers and Sanctuaries’ guardians and compensate other animals by the reappropriation of their territories.
Huerta Vida Digna
Happy Hen Animal Sanctuary is a 40 acre refuge for abused and neglected farmed animals founded by Zoe Rosenberg when she was only 11 years old. Staffed with a full-time veterinarian, Sherstin Rosenberg, they provide the best life and health possible for the nearly 200 permanent residents, many of whom suffer chronic, lifelong, and debilitating disease because of where they came from.
This is not a love story but a story of love. Not in my wildest dreams did I think I was the one, who will care and love these animals for the past 35 years. Love Every Animal Sanctuary is for Animal Liberation for all animals. The picture shows the first rescued cat in San Francisco.
Faith is the founder, president, and “farm mom” of the One Living Sanctuary in Martinez, home to over a hundred rescued and abused animals. Wanting to contribute to a more compassionate and loving world, OLS aspires to promote animal and human rights education, community connection, and environmental stewardship.
Sage Mountain Sanctuary is a 501(c3) non-profit organization that provides a sanctuary for farmed animals and advocates for their well-being. We hope to inspire folks to eliminate all animal-based foods from their diets and live more healthy, compassionate lives.
Sale Ranch Animal Sanctuary's mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and elevate the voices of the ignored, while promoting cruelty-free living and reducing our environmental impact. As a 100% off-grid non-profit sanctuary in Temecula, California, we provide refuge to farmed animals discarded by the food industry, and offer hospice to senior horses and those with ongoing medical needs while sowing seeds of kindness in our regenerative gardens to transform our current food system from one of pain and suffering to one that is full of nutritiously dense foods that are kind, can feed the world and do not cause harm to others.
Saving Animals & Healing Hearts, Responsible rescue and rehabilitation of abandoned, abused and unwanted animals. We provide safe sanctuary when rehoming is detrimental to the well being of the animal. Here at Saving Animals & Healing Hearts we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place. We hope you will join us.
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