Category Archives: Media Center

Neglected Pig Saves 360 Lives

Learn how a neglected piglet saved the lives of 360 other animals!

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Op-ed: 1,500 Hens Rescued from California Egg Farm

February 17, 2016   Op-ed: 1,500 Hens Rescued From California Egg Factory Kim Sturla   This week, a team from Animal Place saved 1,500 hens from an egg production facility, where they had lived their lives in cages so small they could not spread their wings.   A rescue of this magnitude is intense and […]

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New Guest House Offers Lodging, Retreats, and More

September 28, 2016   Contact: Gary Smith Evolotus PR www.evolotuspr.com 818-783-0569 office 818-618-3777 mobile   New Guest House at Animal Place Offers Lodging, Retreats, and More   GRASS VALLEY, Calif. – Animal Place, California’s oldest and largest sanctuary for farmed animals, now offers overnight accommodations at its new Guest House, a picturesque country home that […]

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Animal Place Named ‘Best Sanctuary’ by Best in Shelter

Contact Marji Beach Animal Place 530-798-5114 marji@animalplace.org   Animal Place Named ‘Best Sanctuary’ by Best In Shelter   GRASS VALLEY, Calif. – Animal Place, California’s oldest and largest sanctuary for farmed animals, was named best sanctuary by Washington, D.C.-based Best in Shelter (www.bestinshelter.org), a nonprofit organization aimed at raising the public’s awareness of animal shelters […]

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Animal Activists Bring Human Sized Battery Chicken Cage to Capitol

March 11, 2015   Contact: Gary Smith Evolotus PR www.evolotuspr.com 818-783-0569 office 818-618-3777 mobile   Animal Activists Bring Human-Sized Battery Chicken Cage to Capitol   SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Animal Place, California’s oldest and largest sanctuary for farmed animals, will hold an eye-opening demonstration March 20 on the Capitol steps as it invites people to “brave […]

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Farmed Animal Conference Calls for Food Justice for All

March 28, 2017   Contact: Gary Smith Evolotus PR www.evolotuspr.com 818-783-0569 office 818-618-3777 mobile   Farmed Animal Conference 2017 Calls for ‘Food Justice for All’   GRASS VALLEY, Calif. – Registration is now open for the Farmed Animal Conference, a two-day event featuring interactive workshops, educational presentations, and hands-on experience with animals, held June 2-4, […]

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Op-Ed: Sacramento SPCA Shows Lack of Ethics in Reversing Animal Friendly Menu Policy

February 7, 2017   Op-Ed: Sacramento SPCA Shows Lack of Ethics in Reversing Animal-Friendly Policy By Kim Sturla   Sacramento County is lucky to have three terrific shelters helping animals in this community, and Animal Place has worked with each of them to rescue farmed animals in need. We, along with the rest of the […]

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Animal Place’s Food for Thought Program Endorsed by Best Friends Animal Society

March 4, 2016   Contact: Gary Smith Evolotus PR www.evolotuspr.com 818-783-0569 office 818-618-3777 mobile   Animal Place’s ‘Food For Thought’ Program Promoting Vegetarian/Vegan Menu Policy Endorsed by Best Friends Animal Society   GRASS VALLEY, Calif. – Best Friends Animal Society, the only national animal welfare organization focused on ending the killing of animals in shelters […]

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Media Center – March 2015 News

Media Inquiries Evolotus Public Relations 818-783-0569 gary@evolotuspr.com March 2015 March 3 – Animal Place’s innovative Food for Thought campaign names Brother Wolf as shelter of the month for adopting an all vegan menu policy for their events! Citizen Times – “These types of organizations are role models for how we should treat animals,” Jonathan Hussain said. […]

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Sanctuary Pays You To Visit Farm Animals

Animal Place is paying visitors $5 to play with pigs on a guided tour at their sanctuary in northern California. The sanctuary is home to nearly 300 pigs, cows, chickens, turkeys, goats, sheep, and rabbits living out their lives on 600-acres in the rolling meadows of Grass Valley, California.

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