Something Has To Change (Volume II)… Farm Sanctuary

by darkjade68

Something Has To Change (Volume II)… Farm Sactuary

Some six months ago, I was exposed to a Documentary called “Earthlings”…

This was an Extremely Painful Film to watch, but it was the final kick that moved me into being a Vegetarian/Vegan

Something I had already considered prior to seeing this film

Not to do with health, as I had gotten my Health to a really good place prior to becoming a Vegetarian/Vegan

But more to do with Animal Cruelty

As I said before, I will not be Preaching on any of my Posts… I don’t believe in Preaching

But I am trying to live more conscientiously, and seeing this Documentary/”Earthlings”, surely helped

I will not Post the Film at this time, but here is the Link if you’d like to watch it “Earthlings

WATCHERS BEWARE, THE CONTENT IS VERY DISTURBING, BUT IMPORTANT

On with this Post

I just came across a Sight Called “Farm Sanctuary“, and thought I’d share the info.

DarkJade-

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About Us

Contact Us ·Leadership ·Position Statements · Financial Statements ·Victories and Milestones

Our Mission:
To protect farm animals from cruelty, inspire change in the way society views and treats farm animals, and promote compassionate vegan living.

Factory Farming
In an ideal world, there would be no need for Farm Sanctuary as it exists today. There would be no factory farms or stockyards. Cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys, and sheep would be free to roam in their pastures, sleep in the sun, scratch at the earth, and enjoy life. Animals in today’s industrialized farms are treated like commodities. They are crowded into warehouses, confined so tightly that they cannot easily walk or even turn around. They are de-beaked, de-toed, and their tails are docked without anesthetic. Their bones break because their bodies have been manipulated to grow so fast that they can’t support their own weight. Factory farm animals are denied fresh air, sun, wholesome food, room to move, and the freedom to exhibit their natural behaviors. This rampant abuse of millions of animals every day is largely invisible to the public.

Farm Sanctuary
Farm Sanctuary was founded in 1986 to combat the abuses of factory farming and encourage a new awareness and understanding about farm animals. Today, Farm Sanctuary is the nation’s largest and most effective farm animal rescue and protection organization. We have rescued thousands of animals and cared for them at our sanctuaries in Watkins Glen, New York; Northern California (Orland); and the Los Angeles area. At Farm Sanctuary, these animals are our friends, not our food. We educate millions of people about their plight and the effects of factory farming on our health and environment. We advocate for laws and policies to prevent suffering and promote compassion, and we reach out to legislators and businesses to bring about institutional reforms.

Farm Sanctuary is committed to ending cruelty to farm animals and promoting compassionate vegan living through rescue, education, and advocacy efforts. Please join us. A compassionate world begins with you!

Contact Us

General Inquiries
Email
Phone: 607-583-2225 ex. 221

Farm Sanctuary National Headquarters
3100 Aikens Road (use P.O. Box 150 for mail service)
Watkins Glen, NY 14891

Photo and Video Inquiries
Email

Media Inquiries
Email
Phone: 646-369-6212

Report Potential Rescues and Cruelty Cases
Email

Interested in Adopting a Farm Animal?
Adoption Application
Email
Phone: 607-583-2225 ext. 223

Get active for farm animals as part of the Compassionate Communities Campaign (CCC)
Sign up to be a CCC member
Email
Phone: 484-904-6004

V-lish
Email
Phone: 607-583-2225 ext. 267

Donations
Donate online
Send donations to:
P.O. Box 150
Watkins Glen, NY 14891
Phone: 607-583-2225 ext. 221

Campaign Inquiries
Email
Phone: 607-583-2225 ext. 229

Intern Program and Volunteer Opportunities
Internships
Volunteering
Email
Phone: 607-583-2225 ext. 274

Employment Opportunities
Online Application
Send resumes to:
Farm Sanctuary
Human Resources
P.O. Box 150
Watkins Glen, NY 14891
Fax: 607-583-2041
Email

Northern California Shelter Country Cabin Reservations
Phone: 607-583-2225 ext. 230

New York Shelter Bed & Breakfast Reservations
Phone: 607-583-2225 ext. 230

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