So today I had a crazy thought, what if I bought an animal this summer at the state fair (as in a farm animal), and gave it a home in a farm animal sanctuary in the Midwest? Some place where I know it would not become a burger or a hot dog? What if I did that? Wouldn’t that be wild? I know I can’t save every single one but what if I could save one? What if I could save one cow or pig or chicken from being on someone’s plate? Maybe this is some crazy hair brained scheme I’ve come up with but I can’t stop thinking about it. I’ve gotta make this happen. If you’re vegan and you’re reading this please signal boost this and help me make this happen so we can save some animals. (:


Ok everyone 1 2 3…MELT! 😍 Every being deserves to be loved. Ismael is one of the lambs rescued from a farm by @minovalleyfarmsanctuary 30 baby lambs & goats were separated from their moms and put in a cramped prison to be slaughtered as dog food, when the sanctuaries stepped in they had already killed 15 of them

When they arrived at the Sanctuary they had open wounds, bloody diarrhea and some of them didn’t make it 😢… but the ones that did like little Ismael, will never have to be afraid and they will always be loved and respected as fellow earthlings

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I went to a farm a few months back called Snaggy Mountain and got to meet a magical pig named D-o-g. Pronounced Di-o-gi. She was the happiest pig free to roam, eat and wallow as she pleased. The space honors her and she will leave here peacefully for the rest of her days.