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    Hug a Farm Animal Day

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    • Kate Haggerty

      Join us on June 1, 2013 at Farm Sanctuary’s Animal Acres, just outside of Los Angeles in Acton, California, for Hug a Farm Animal Day! Spend the day exploring the rolling hills of our 26-acre sanctuary and meet the animal ambassadors who have found refuge at this special sanctuary!

    • Sara

      Hug a Farm Animal Day - Sept. 29th (doesn't necessarily have to be in CA)....we should do this!

    • Katie Silva

      Hug a Farm Animal Day is June 1 - I would love to! I need to find a sanctuary close to me!

    • Natalie Edwards

      Hug a Farm Animal Day - Sept. 29th (doesn't necessarily have to be in CA)

    • Kim Harne

      Hug a Farm Animal Day is June 1- I wanna go! I wanna go !

    • Angela Luksik Bell

      2013-hug a farm animal day June 1

    • Farm Sanctuary

      Hug a Farm Animal Day is June 1

    • Kathy Zavala

      Hug a Farm Animal Day

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