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19 November 2000

From Farm Sanctuary

This Thanksgiving, turkey lovers everywhere can encourage people to feed a turkey—rather than eat a turkey—by joining our Adopt-a-Turkey Project!

Turkey adopters help provide lifelong, loving care for a rescued turkey who resides at a Farm Sanctuary shelter—and your adopted feathered friend teaches people that turkeys have feelings too!

Our annual Adopt-a-Turkey Project saves lives and encourages millions of people to have a vegetarian Thanksgiving. Every year, our turkey friends are “interviewed” by leading newspapers, and national radio & television news programs. Hundreds of Adopt-a-Turkey news stories have opened people’s hearts and minds to the plight of turkeys and other “food animals.”

Please take a moment now, and look over this year’s Turkey Adoption List. After you’ve picked out your “special someone,” send us your completed Turkey Sponsorship Form, along with your adoption fee ($15 per turkey). We’ll send you a beautiful, framed photograph of your adopted turkey and an adoption card— which you can proudly display at home or work to provide “food for thought” for your friends and family! This holiday season, be a part of the new Thanksgiving tradition by adopting a turkey…and make this Thanksgiving a happy holiday for ALL.

Turkey lovers can adopt a feathered friend with their VISA or MasterCard by calling our convenient, toll-free TURKEY ADOPTION HOTLINE - Call 1-888-SPONSOR to adopt your turkey today.
Farm Sanctuary

For a vegan holiday feast, visit Tofurky.

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