29 March 2010

Farm Sanctuary's Aunt Bea and Buttercup are available for sponsorship


Fuzzy residents Aunt Bea and Buttercup are available for sponsorship at Farm Sanctuary, the nation’s leading farm animal protection organization. The pair was abandoned on a busy highway and left defenseless and alone. Thanks to a caring citizen who came to their rescue, these two were delivered to Farm Sanctuary and will never be in harm’s way again.

Animals at Farm Sanctuary depend on funding from caring individuals to help with the cost of food, support, and veterinary care. Sponsorship packages make a year-long commitment to a Farm Sanctuary animal through monthly, quarterly, biannual, or annual payments. Sponsors receive a personalized adoption certificate and a beautiful color photo of their adopted farm friend.

Click here to sponsor Aunt Bea or Buttercup or any other animal at Farm Sanctuary. You can also choose to make a special one-time gift to the animals.


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Photo Credit: farmsanctuary.org