Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary

Located in Deer Trail, Colorado, Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary is dedicated not only to the animals they rescue and provide a protected, loving home for for the rest of their days, but also sincerely believes in and advocates for not exploiting animals for any purpose. Their eyes are open to the deception behind the oft-promoted "humane" meat, fish, eggs, and dairy. They have written materials exposing the standard practices that even in small animal-use businesses, involve much cruelty and death.


Visit their website here: http://www.peacefulprairie.org

Visit their blog here: http://peacefulprairie.blogspot.com

On the myth of "humane" farming: http://www.humanemyth.org/micheleag.htm

Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary

Located in Co Meath, Ireland, Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary is a vegan home where rescued farmed animals are given sanctuary for life, and where they are regarded with the dignity and respect that is their right. Many of the residents are ill, in pain, or deeply traumatised. Therefore, Eden is not usually open to the public. It is a private home to its residents, with the same standards of safety, peace, respect for boundaries, and freedom from unwanted intrusion that humans expect in their homes


Visit their website here: http://edenfarmedanimalsanctuary.com/

Visit their Go Vegan World campaign here: http://edenfarmedanimalsanctuary.com/go-vegan-world/

Visit their sister site, Matilda's Promise, here: http://www.matildaspromise.org/

maple farm sanctuary

Located in Mendon, Massachusetts, Maple Farm Sanctuary is equally dedicated to the animals they rescue and provide a safe and loving refuge for to roam and meander the land for the rest of their days. With equal sincerity, Cheri and Jim believe in and advocate for not exploiting animals for any purpose. Their eyes, too, are open to the falseness of the "humane" meat, fish, egg, and dairy marketing. On their site, Cheri recounts the profound change of heart that led them to transform their third generation goat dairy farm into a sanctuary.


Visit their website here: http://www.maplefarmsanctuary.org/

Meet them in the film, "Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home", here: http://www.tribeofheart.org/sr/pkj_english.htm

On the myth of "humane" farming: http://www.humanemyth.org/cheriezell.htm

poplar spring animal sanctuary

Located in Poolesville, Maryland, Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary is a 400-acre refuge providing rehab and a permanent home for neglected, abused or abandoned farmed animals, as well as a protected habitat for wildlife.

Visit their website here: http://www.animalsanctuary.org

On the myth of "humane" farming: http://www.humanemyth.org/terrycummings.htm

Hillside animal sanctuary

Located in Frettenham, Norwich, UK, Hillside Animal Sanctuary is home to over 2000 animals rescued from cruelty, deprivation, neglect and exploitation. Although in some places on their site, Hillside speaks only to factory farms, they are fully aware that all forms of animal exploitation are unjust and rife with abuse.

Visit their website here: http://www.hillside.org.uk

On the myth of "humane" farming: http://www.humanemyth.org/wendyvalentine.htm

the Elephant sanctuary in Tennessee

Located in Hohenwald, Tennessee, the Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee was founded in 1995. It's the nation's largest natural habitat refuge developed specifically for elderly, sick or needy African and Asian elephants who have been freed from the imprisonment of zoos and circuses. It operates on 2,700 acres. As a true sanctuary, the habitat is closed to the public, but there is a public building away from where the elephants live where educational presentations happen and where the elephants can be observed via closed circuit cameras. The elephants are not forced to perform or entertain; they are encouraged to live like elephants. While this sanctuary does not promote veganism as the way of life most beneficial to other animals, the planet and ourselves, it does have the utmost interests of the elephants as the highest priority.

Visit their website here: http://www.elephants.com