10 super adorable rescued farm animals to warm your heart! »
Picture time! Here are some cutie-pie farm animals that were lucky enough to find a home at Farm Sanctuary. The animals in this post are all available for “adoption”—i.e. sponsorship—at Farm Sanctuary through their Adopt a Farm Animal Program.
So, without further ado, here are 10 super adorable rescued Farm Sanctuary animals!
Wait, wait, a little more ado: As my dad always says, “It’s not a contest, Megan!” but come on, it kind of is. So let’s all pick our favorite! Who’s the cutest? I think I’m voting Joey…
I think sponsoring animals is a very cute gift if you know someone with too much stuff. Which is a lot of people. Or if you have a little niece or something? That would actually be fun, they get a picture and certificate and all that. Kids like that stuff. Like I always say, kids are nerds! At least until 11 or 12. I also think an animal sponsorship is a great replacement for like a class pet or something—get the whole class a cow! Because class pets are such a terrible idea. And each Farm Sanctuary “adoption” comes with a personal sponsorship certificate, a color photograph, a decal, and a VIP tour to meet your sponsored animal. How awesome would that be for a class?! And the sponsorship provides food, shelter, and care a rescued animal—teaching the kids compassion and all that! So if you want to sponsor one of these babies, head over the Farm Sanctuary’s site.
Pigs from Brightside Farm Sanctuary frolicking is like a VALENTINE TO MY HEART. I love you, rescued piglets. I love you so much that there isn’t enough room in my heart to contain my love and it must spill out onto my face in the form of smiling like a g-d idiot. HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY TO EVERYONE EVERYWHERE!!!
Also, if you want to dramatically up the awesomeness of your viewing experience, listen to this. Whitney vs. Robyn, the two best bitches of all time. I’ve been staring at this photo and chair dancing for the last hour. Bosses, fire me immediately.
These snuggle-friends are Oliver and Masaharu Morimoto (the) Iron Chef, and they live with Kelly and Anthony of The Apeman! While Mori was adopted, Ollie was a foundling—lucky cat!
In addition to keeping cats, Kelly is studying animal law, and Anthony is pursuing his doctorate in environmental engineering. They’re working toward a vegan future, and making calzones! OH MAN.