2 Girls Raised in Animal Sanctuary

2 Girls Raised in Animal Sanctuary

2 Girls Raised in Animal Sanctuary


2 Girls Raised in Animal Sanctuary

Teaching kids to be compassionate ❤Visit Greener Pastures Sanctuary to learn more on their work.

Posted by Best Video You Will Ever See on Thursday, November 2, 2017

“Teaching our children to be kinder to animals today is our only hope for a kinder world tomorrow.”

Little Girls Love Taking Care Of All Their Farm Animals | These little girls run their own farm sanctuary, and they have the cutest recipe for “chicken dinner”

These little girls really love their farm animals! To help them take care of their rescues, you can support their sanctuary here: http://thedo.do/pastures.

Sanctuary Girls – Mom Raises Daughters in an Animal Sanctuary

Meet Aurora & Phoenix, 2 adorable girls who live with their mom at an animal sanctuary. Their mother is the founder of Greener Pastures Sanctuary.

The 2 girls are raised in what is probably the perfect place to teach children to be compassionate for animals. ❤

Greener Pastures Sanctuary is an animal sanctuary located in Waroona, Australia.

The sanctuary rescues mostly farmed animals such as cows, goats, sheep, chickens, ducks and pigs.

Greener Pastures Sanctuary is a not for profit farm animal sanctuary located in Waroona, approximately 110kms from Perth in Western Australia’s Peel region. Our 100 acres of animal bliss is a permanent and temporary home to rescued animals such as horses, cattle, goats, sheep, chickens, ducks and pigs.

At Greener Pastures we believe all animals should be protected by law from the cruelty that is inflicted upon them on farms today, in particular factory farms. De-beaking, castration, tail docking, de-horning, and muelsing are all extremely painful procedures done without anaesthetic or pain relief, along with severe confinement denying them of their most basic instinctual needs. Farm animals are the most abused animals on the planet.

We aim to show people that there is no difference between the animals they love and pat and the ones they choose to eat.

We welcome the general public and groups to visit the sanctuary by appointment. Please use our contact page to get in touch with us if you would like to organise a visit.


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