Animal Writes
From 26 June 2005 Issue

Peaceable Kingdom is now Animal Acres

The Peaceable Kingdom Sanctuary has been renamed! The Los Angeles farmed animal shelter created by Farm Sanctuary Co-founder Lorri Bauston is now called: Animal Acres.

Animal Acres is a 26 acre sanctuary located just 45 minutes from Los Angeles. The new sanctuary is hosting several upcoming events including:

Walk for County Critters August 14th Venice, CA
Put on your walking shoes to help raise funds for feed, bedding and veterinary costs for rescued farmed animals. Call or email today to get your Walker Packet.

Sanctuary Grand Opening October 15th
Gather with animal advocates, celebrity hosts, and noted speakers for this special celebration for farmed animals. Music, food and farm fun from noon to dusk as we party 'til the cows come home (literally!) Stay tuned for more details!

Save the Turkeys Gathering November 19th
Encourage people to SAVE turkeys for the Thanksgiving holiday Spend the day with your farmed animal friends, enjoy a delicious vegan dinner, and feed the sanctuary turkeys.

For further information about the new Los Angeles Farmed Animal Shelter & Compassionate Living Center, volunteer opportunities, and what YOU can do to help, please call: 661-269-0986; email: [email protected] or visit our website:

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