Be prepared for an overload of cuteness before you start watching this video. The kind folks over at Edgar’s Mission are helping these rescued farm animals get the quality of life that they truly deserve. The lambs have traded in sheers for sweaters, and we bet you would have a hard time finding pigs that are happier than the ones here.
The truth is that every day, farm animals like these little lambs are forced to suffer in factory farms where they are subjected to overcrowded conditions, deprived of the ability to express basic behaviors, and endlessly abused. The animals in these facilities are seen only as commodities, not the amazing individuals that they truly are. This fact alone makes incredible farm animal sanctuaries like Edgar’s Mission all the more necessary. Why should any animal be subjected to the world of factory farms when there are cozy sweaters and a wonderful, happy life waiting for them at sanctuaries all over the world?
We could give you the gory details of animal agriculture, but we think that seeing how loving these animals are when allowed to live freely is just as powerful. These animals will brighten everyone’s day who takes the time to watch them play.
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How anyone can find it acceptable to eat them is beyond mr
One day I want to run a rescue!