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Jane at sunset. Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2012.
Turkey flower :) Feeding time at Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2014.
Rescued horses at R&R Horse Refuge, Canada, 2012.
A wolf dog enjoys a playful moment with one of the sanctuary staff at Lockwood Animal Rescue Center. California, USA, 2014.
Shelley Coldiron and a wolf dog named Pax, at her Colorado sanctuary, W.O.L.F. USA, 2014.
Mom and baby. Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2012.
Kyle Behrend and a rescued donkey at the Donkey Sanctuary in Canada, 2012.
Enjoying summer in the sheep pasture. Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2015.
Enjoying summer. Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2012.
Resting. Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2012.
Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2015.
Aurora enjoying the sunset at Farm Sanctuary, NY, USA.
Jamie, resting at Farm Sanctuary, NY, USA.
Beautiful Harry, resting at Farm Sanctuary, NY, USA.
Anita Krajnc with Esther the Wonder Pig. Canada, 2015.
Steve, Derek and Esther the Wonder Pig's first tour of their new sanctuary property. Canada, 2015.
Rescued donkeys. Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2014.
Susie Coston with a friend at Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2012.
Safety. Kindness. Friendship. Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2015.
Bruce Friedrich having a hug with a rescued turkey resident at Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2011.
Sunset. Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2012. Photo: JMcArthur / The Ghosts in Our Machine
Happy piggy at sunset. Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2011.
Lemme lick your camera! Edgar's Mission Farm Animal Sanctuary, Australia, 2013.
Cedar Row Farm Animal Sanctuary. Canada, 2012.
Waiting for dinner at Farm Sanctuary's Acton shelter. California, 2014.
Susie, Lucky Lady and Chuck. Farm Sanctuary, NY, USA.
Friendship at Ngamba Island Sanctuary, Uganda.
Chimps come in at night for dinner at Ngamba Island Sanctuary near Entebbe, Uganda.
Appolinaire with a rescued gorilla at Ape Action Africa, Cameroon.
Early morning at Farm Sanctuary, NY, USA.
Sanctuary life for the sheep at Farm Sanctuary, NY, USA.
Meg and Mary Lou, mother and daughter, rescued from a starvation case. Farm Sanctuary, NY, USA.
Shante and DiMaggio at the apple tree. Farm Sanctuary, NY, USA.
Rescued geese at Farm Sanctuary, NY, USA.
A rescued baby rhinoceros at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya.
My friend Evuna, up a tree, at Ape Action Africa in Cameroon.
Farm Sanctuary: one of the only places a rooster is safe hanging out on a stove top. This is Plantain, he was rescued from a mail order package of live chicks.
Rosie (left) has a neurological disorder but can walk with the assistance of her wheelchair. Cinqo de Mayo (right) was her boyfriend at the time. He had his feet amputated due to severe gangrene. They both reside at Farm Sanctuary. USA, 2005.
This wallaby's mother was hit and killed by a car. The baby survived and is growing up with the help of staff at Healesville Sanctuary in Victoria, Australia. 2005.
Phnom Tamao Sanctuary in Cambodia houses over 90 rescued Sun and Asiatic Black bears. Here, Tasma socializes with one of the staff members. 2008.
A rescued Asiatic bear cub getting comfortable in its new hammock. Vietnam, 2008.
Rove, a rescued Asiatic Moon Bear, swings on his tire. He looks like a little scoundrel and he really is! Cambodia, 2008.
A Tibetan nun looks after the homeless dogs of Dharamsala, India. All of her funds go towards Kibble, vaccines and sterilization. 2007.
Zoop still manages to romp and play without the assistance of her prosthetic limb. Farm Sanctuary, 2004.
Rehabilitation treatment from a vet at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Florida, USA. 2008.
A rescued chimpanzee enjoys its new home at Save The Chimps Sanctuary in Florida, USA. Most of Dr. Noon's chimps were rescued from the biomedical research industry and spent their entire lives in small cages. Florida, 2008. www.savethechimps.org
Rescued chimps, some of whom spent up to 40 years living in small cages thanks to the biomedical research industry, now relax and socialize at their new home at Save The Chimps sanctuary in Florida, USA. 2008. www.savethechimps.org
Chimpanzee laundry drying on the line. In the background you can see the waterways dividing the islands on which hundreds of rescued chimpanzees live. Florida, 2008. www.savethechimps.org
Dr. Noon, Founder of Save The Chimps. Beyond her is one of the 12 islands that were built to house the hundreds of chimpanzees that she rescued from the biomedical research industry. Florida, 2008. www.savethechimps.org