Bringing humans and animals together.
Sanctuary Spotlight features stories from sanctuaries around the globe. Sanctuaries bring humans and animals together in such a way to develop relationships and bonds, creating individuals and not exhibits.
These are the stories of survivors and the people who made their rescue possible. Let them show you what vegan advocacy can do.
Jane. Farm Sanctuary, New York, USA, 2012. (Photo: JoAnne McArthur)
Chances are you’ve seen the award-winning photography of Jo-Anne McArthur before. Her documentary project, We Animals, is a project that documents animals in the human environment using photography. The objective is, “to photograph our interactions with animals in such a way that the viewer finds new significance in these ordinary, often unnoticed situations of use, abuse, and sharing of spaces.”
To view more of this project or to support its mission, visit weanimals.org.
Think of the most unlikely setting for a farm sanctuary that promotes a vegan lifestyle, and Rowdy Girl Sanctuary - a cattle ranch turned farm sanctuary deep in the heart of Texas - might be where you end up.
Why do the animals at Piebird Farm Sanctuary look so happy? As owners Yan Roberts and Sherry Milford will tell you, it's all about the love!
Congratulations to Catskill Animal Sanctuary, which is currently celebrating after being accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS). Here's why it matters.