Caregiver Blake and Bob the goat sharing some love at Animal Place’s Rescue Ranch. (Photobomb courtesy of Lucas’s front and Butterscotch’s rear.) All three goats are available for adoption at http://bit.ly/APadopt.
Animal Place's Rescue Ranch manager, Jan Galeazzi, talking with kids at Sonoma Humane Society's Forget Me Not Farm about chickens! The children helped to welcome 50 adoptable hens from our adoption center in Vacaville.
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Visited this wonderful place in The Freehold Mall in NJ. The mall owner pushed out the puppy selling shop and gave the space to the SPCA for Adoptions. It's such a great idea. Instead of buying puppies form mills, people can adopt great dogs and cats. Love this!!
Today Theo moved from the isolation barn to his new digs - a stall at the pig barn with a nice little pasture. Here he is showing off his "abducted by aliens" leap as he runs up the road. Theo was saved from backyard slaughter. He is a "by-product" of the dairy industry - unwanted male calves, all of whom are taken from their moms right after birth (so are females). Theo will meet the big cows when he is a little older. More about Theo: http://animalplace.org/theo-calf-rescued-from-slaughter