Category Archives: News

Meet the Bull Who Broke Into the Sanctuary

Meet Davey, the bull who saved himself from slaughter and broke into the sanctuary!

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Running for His Life

A young bull escaped from a New York City slaughterhouse and ran for his life. Here’s why that’s important.

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Meat-Out 2017

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Registration is encouraged so we know how much food to have, but not required. Click here or the image to register!  

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Mourning the Loss of Tom Regan

Born in November 1938, Tom Regan was one of the most influential members of the animal rights movement. This week, our hearts are heavy with his loss.

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Urge Sacramento SPCA to take animals off the menu

Urge the Sacramento SPCA to re-adopt an animal friendly menu policy for their shelter events. The Sacramento SPCA is the first shelter in the nation to reverse its board-approved and community supported meat-free menu policy. Sign and share our petition!

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Staff Spotlight: Estelle Barber

When she first applied with Animal Place, Estelle was told she was overqualified. Learn why we can’t live without her!

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From Interns to Campaigners

Former interns Roxy Kushner and Crystal Kozlak tell us how they got started advocating for chickens.

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Meet Alysoun, saved from slaughter

Many of the animals who trot through our barnyard doors are victims of small, family farms. When Alysoun’s mom abandoned her at a small pasture-based farm raising pigs for slaughter, the farmer decided it was not worth their time or money to save her. The rancher abandoned the piglet, leaving her to die. Another employee […]

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Valentine’s Day Retreat

Kiss the cows and spend Valentine’s Day weekend with Shelby (and maybe your partner) at Animal Place’s Guest House.

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Supervisory Animal Caregiver – A Full-Time, Live-In Position

Animal Place seeks a full-time, live-in Supervisory Animal Caregiver. Must have experience and be ready for hard-but-rewarding work!

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