There are many reasons why an animal may need to be rescued and live out the rest of their lives at an animal sanctuary. Injuries or illness may make them unable to live a normal farm life, so they reside someplace where people are able to give them the care they need to live comfortably. One sanctuary is introducing animal lovers to some of their residents in this lovely video.
Foal Farm is an animal sanctuary for farm animals and domestic pets in Kent, England. They recently shared a video on their TikTok account, @foalfarm, introducing their followers to some of the rescue animals they have on their farm, and we can't get enough of these cute little guys. Check out the video below to fall in love with these animals!
OMG, all of these animals are so sweet! We loved getting to meet the many different animals, and it was very cool to see how much diversity their sanctuary has. There's an animal for everyone!
People in the comments are praising the sanctuary staff for their amazing work. @ashleystanbrook1 said, "Awww. I'm coming to live with you, that's my kinda heaven. Thank you for saving all these beautiful animals!" Another user, @virginianelson872, commented, "Angels come in many forms. Thank you for protecting all fur babies." We are thankful for those doing the crucial work to save animals!
Others are fawning over all of these adorable animals. @lindaforrester821 commented, "They are precious and beautiful," and @mariagrisafi36 said, "Aww you are truly blessed to have all those precious animals surrounding you every day!" We wish we could hang out with so many wonderful animals all day!
We are glad all of these animals were rescued and are able to live out the rest of their lives safely and comfortably! Everyone, including animals, deserves to live a good life.
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