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Emily Deschanel at Farm Sanctuary’s “The Conscientious Table” Event - September 29th, 2014

bakerstreetsdoctor:

fefaklainer:

luhleti:

overprotective parents raise the best liars.

but seriously, i mean i don´t even do bad things and i have to lie a lot

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Facts:

It doesn’t matter who you are, or where you are in the world — how much money you have, or how much of a status you think you uphold, I believe that everyone will always have a time when they feel vulnerable, alone, misguided…

We are always going to have times when we question ourselves, or wonder what the right answer is; whether to choose left or right at the fork in the road… In those moments we realize who we truly are, as well as who we strive to be. There isn’t always a clear answer but being able to decide is reason enough.

sixpenceee:

Witch Photography by Christopher Mckenney

Nightmare Photography

wallpansy:

A couple of chill cows at the Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, NY I visited over the summer. (First Farm Sanctuary in the US ;) )

Left is Fanny, right is Frankie :) 

wallpansy:

A couple of chill cows at the Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, NY I visited over the summer. (First Farm Sanctuary in the US ;) )

Left is Fanny, right is Frankie :) 

"One day the absurdity of the almost universal human belief in the slavery of other animals will be palpable. We shall then have discovered our souls and become worthier of sharing this planet with them."

"One day the absurdity of the almost universal human belief in the slavery of other animals will be palpable. We shall then have discovered our souls and become worthier of sharing this planet with them."

September 2014 — “Lean One Me”
taken at Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, N.Y. by me 
Fanny (left) and Belinda (right). These two lovely ladies were once products of the dairy industry. Both rescued from slaughter when they reached the maximum age of 4 years for milk production.
As you can clearly see, Fanny’s tail has been cut off— the industry refers to this as “tail docking”. It’s to insure that feces does not end up on the equipment, or infect udders. This practice of docking is mainly seen in larger farming operations. It is extremely painful for the cow as it is normally done with no anesthetic.
Fanny is featured in the animal rights documentary, “The Ghosts in our Machine”.
Getting to know them both is a sheer joy, for they are both very tolerant, peaceful, and loving. Fanny is very much considered a “momma” of her herd, always taking care of the younger calves. I love both of these amazing cows so, so much. 

September 2014 — “Lean One Me”

taken at Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, N.Y. by me 

Fanny (left) and Belinda (right). These two lovely ladies were once products of the dairy industry. Both rescued from slaughter when they reached the maximum age of 4 years for milk production.

As you can clearly see, Fanny’s tail has been cut off— the industry refers to this as “tail docking”. It’s to insure that feces does not end up on the equipment, or infect udders. This practice of docking is mainly seen in larger farming operations. It is extremely painful for the cow as it is normally done with no anesthetic.

Fanny is featured in the animal rights documentary, “The Ghosts in our Machine”.

Getting to know them both is a sheer joy, for they are both very tolerant, peaceful, and loving. Fanny is very much considered a “momma” of her herd, always taking care of the younger calves. I love both of these amazing cows so, so much.