Author Archives: Kelcie

Adoption Coordinator

Organization: Animal Place is a nonprofit sanctuary for farmed animals and an education/advocacy organization. It operates two shelters in northern California. Its headquarters is located on 600-acres in Grass Valley, (60 miles north of Sacramento) with a Rescue & Adoption Center in Petaluma. This position will be working out of the Petaluma site. Position Objectives: […]

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Investigation reveals cruelty from Samuel’s past

One year after Samuel and Hanks (RIP) arrival at Animal Place, Animal Outlook released their undercover investigation. Here is what they found.   Provided by ANIMAL OUTLOOK: Undercover Investigator Goes Public to Reveal Animal Cruelty on California Dairy Farm “Dead on arrival” dairy is failing cows–and failing with consumers After a two-year career working undercover […]

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Meet Molly and Melody!

Meet Molly and Melody piglets! Each made a leap from a truck to save their own lives! Farmers ripped two-week-old Molly away from her mother when she was young. Can you imagine how scared she must have been? Piglets stay with their moms for months, not weeks, and Molly must have been desperate to reunite […]

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Animal Care Manager

Have you been working at an animal sanctuary, rescue, or shelter and want to accelerate your animal career to the next level?  Then look no further than Animal Place’s Animal Care Manager position, where you can do soul-enriching work surrounded by hundreds of rescued animals in Grass Valley, California (1-hour from Sacramento). Join a team […]

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Animal Care Manager

Organization Description: Animal Place is a sanctuary and animal rights organization promoting the complete protection of farmed animals and a vegan lifestyle. There are two facilities: a 600-acre sanctuary in Grass Valley, CA that serves as a permanent safe haven for farmed animals and an education center and the 12-acre Rescue and Adoption facility in […]

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Animal Place Rescues 1,000 Hens from Iowa Egg Farm Struggling under COVID-19

Contact: Gary Smith Evolotus PR gary@evolotuspr.com 818-783-0569   Animal Place Rescues 1,000 Hens from Iowa Egg Farm Struggling under COVID-19 Two chartered planes flew the birds to freedom; Animal Place serves 1,000 vegan lunches to celebrate GRASS VALLEY, Calif. – Animal Place, California’s oldest and largest sanctuary for farmed animals, has rescued 1,000 hens from […]

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Animal Farming and COVID-19; Know the Connection

Animal Farming and COVID-19; Know the Connection Free webinar with Dr. Don Forrester, MD and Animal Place Wednesday, May 6th, 2020, 2:00 PM PST Secure your spot: https://donate.animalplace.org/Webinar Join us for a free educational webinar with Dr. Don Forrester, MD. There are many questions surrounding pandemics and their connections to animal farming. During this webinar, […]

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Events & Outreach Coordinator

Job Title: Events & Outreach Coordinator Job Status: Full-time, Grass Valley Reports to: Program Director Job Description: Assisting in the scheduling and managing of events, coordinating and conducting tours (guided and private); supervising tour docents and interns; running guided tours. Secure sponsorships for larger events. Expanding outreach efforts locally and onsite. Assist with day-to-day operations […]

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Part-Time Animal Care Assistant

Part-Time Animal Care Assistant Animal Place Sanctuary Organization Description: Founded in 1989, Animal Place is one of the oldest and largest sanctuaries for farmed animals in the United States. As an animal rights organization, we promote the complete protection of farmed animals and a vegan lifestyle. There are three facilities: a 600-acre sanctuary in Grass Valley, […]

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Rescue & Adoption Program – Rescues

Since its inception of our Rescue & Adoption Program in August of 2010, Animal Place has rescued, rehomed or provided permanent refuge to: 24,690 hens, 229 roosters, 36 goats,  25 turkeys, 11 sheep, 10 pigs, 4 ducks, and 24 pigeons.  (As of 8/1/2017) 2017 July 29 – 1 rooster, misidentified as a hen after being attacked by […]

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