Source: Animals of America
In order to help people get to know farm animals on an individual basis, shine a spotlight on the heroic people rescuing, rehabilitating, and caring for these animals, increase support for farm animal sanctuaries, and inspire people to stop eating animals, I created a new Facebook page called Animals of America.
The animal version of Humans of New York, Animals of America will feature the stories behind rescued farm animals living on sanctuaries in the United States.
Are you interested in submitting a photo to Animals of America? Please review the following guidelines:
- Submit a photo of a rescued farm animal that people eat in the U.S. (chickens, cows, pigs, turkeys, etc.). Photos must not show cages. Animals should be looking into a camera, or interacting with a person, or on their own.
- Submit a paragraph story (maximum 150 words) with each photo that includes the animal’s name and explains…
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