Dear friend of farm animals,
It was the middle of the night when Andy pig came to Farm Sanctuary’s New York Shelter. He had severe pneumonia and needed treatment immediately.
Andy had been left to suffer alone and untreated because a farm operator decided he was worthless.
But today he’s all smiles, because a kind person like you brought him to the one place where he could get the care he needed: Farm Sanctuary.
That was 10 years ago. Thanks to your compassionate support, Andy has enjoyed a decade of love, comfort, and world-class veterinary care since he joined the Farm Sanctuary family – and he continues to charm our visitors with his brilliant smile and sweet, loving personality.
When Farm Sanctuary takes in an animal like Andy, we make a promise to care for him for the rest of his life. And we can only keep that promise with your kindhearted support.
Please make a generous gift to Farm Sanctuary’s 2017 Vet Care Fund today to help provide our more than 1,000 shelter residents with the ongoing, specialized care they were denied by a callous and abusive farming industry.
- Your $25 gift can help splint a calf’s leg.
- $75 can help cover the cost of a month of pain medications for a goat.
- $100 can help provide an X-ray to an animal in need.
- And $150 or more can provide emergency care to the next sick or injured piglet, kid, lamb, or other farm animal who needs our help.
Support Farm Sanctuary’s Vet Care Fund. Donate today.
Your support will help us care for our animal residents at every stage of their lives. Typically, the animals who need the most attention and costliest care are our newest rescues, who come to Farm Sanctuary with untreated, often life-threatening injuries, illnesses, and trauma, as well as seniors like Andy, who have age-related physical challenges.
Farm Sanctuary can only provide our shelter residents with life-changing, lifelong care because of our Vet Care Fund and caring supporters like you.
Please donate today to support the individualized care we give to Andy and our entire animal family, and help us continue all of our work to improve the lives of farm animals.
Thank you for making Farm Sanctuary a place of healing and hope for sick, injured, and abandoned farm animals. And thank you in advance for supporting our Vet Care Fund today.
||Yours for farm animals,
President and Co-Founder
P.S. Farm Sanctuary counts on friends like you to be our first line of protection for animals like Andy pig. If you see a farm animal in need of rescue, or believe that farm animal cruelty is occurring in your community, please contact us immediately at (607) 583-2225. Your call can save an animal’s life!
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