Monday, August 07, 2006

Welcome to Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary!

Here, you can meet the amazing individuals who are fortunate enough to call Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary home.

They come in all different sizes, shapes, and speak many languages...but one language is understood by all...the language of love, happiness, peace, and freedom.

The residents of Peaceful Prairie came to us knowing nothing but fear, pain, stress, and loneliness. PPS allows rescued farmed animals the opportunity to blossom into the unique individuals they are, to form lifelong friendships and bonds, and to experience all that a life of filled with TLC has to offer.

You will meet the ever changing cast of characters as time goes by. Some days will be filled with funny stories, cute moments, and contented souls...while other days will bring us sadness, loss, and tearful goodbyes.

Overall, you will get to know as individuals the animals who are otherwise only seen as neatly packaged body parts and reproductive machines.

Here, at Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary, you will come to know by name, and love, the Cows, Pigs, Goats, Sheep, Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Swan, Peahens, Guineahens, Dogs, Cats and humans who live their lives to the fullest because - for the first time in their lives - they are given a loving place to call home.

Michele Alley-Grubb
© 2006 Michele Alley-Grubb
If living ethically is important to you, please remember that there is nothing humane about “humane” animal farming, just as there is nothing ethical or defensible about consuming its products. When confronted with the fundamental injustice inherent in all animal agriculture—a system that is predicated on inflicting massive, intentional and unnecessary suffering and death on billions of sentient individuals—the only ethical response is to strive to end it, by becoming vegan, not to regulate it by supporting “improved” methods of producing dairy, eggs, meat, wool, leather, silk, honey, and other animal products. For more information, please read The Humane Farming Myth. Live vegan and educate others to do the same.