Thanksgiving Celebration for the Turkeys November 18
Save the date for our Thanksgiving Celebration for the Turkeys: Saturday, November 18, 2017, 12 noon to 2 pm
Celebrate compassion this Thanksgiving. Join us as we honor our precious turkeys with their own feast. Complimentary, delicious vegan refreshments for humans will also be provided.
The beauty shown here is Emma. At nearly nine years old, she is our "wonder turkey." Turkeys raised in factory farms are slaughtered at 4 - 5 months of age. With all the genetic manipulation they have gone through, farm-raised turkeys rarely live more that a few years, even at a sanctuary.
Book your spot at the Thanksgiving Celebration for the Turkeys! It helps us plan for enough refreshments if we have some idea of how many people are will attend the Thanksgiving Celebration for the Turkeys. Click the link above to make your reservation. It is free (but donations are always appreciated at the event). We hope to see you there!
Jeremy in the Hospital
This is our woolly boy Jeremy. He is a spunky and curious sheep and the first to approach you if he thinks you have a treat.
He recently had surgery to remove an obstruction. He is still in the hospital recuperating. We miss him terribly and are eager for him to come home.
We need your positive thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery. You can help support Jeremy's care, if you are able, by sponsoring him or by making a donation.
Harry the Pig Finds Safe Haven
Photo courtesy of Donna Scott
Harry arrived early one morning to Safe Haven. Initially, he was timid but started eating his food and he responded well to ear scratches.
He is already bigger than Leo. He is making friends with the other Safe Haven animals and recently got a check-up from the Safe Haven vet. We welcome Harry to our Safe Haven family.
We have enslaved the rest of animal creation, and have treated our distant cousins in fur and feathers so badly that beyond doubt, if they were able to formulate a religion, they would depict the Devil in human form. -- William Ralph Inge