FÁS

(redirected from Farm Animal Sanctuary)
AcronymDefinition
FÁSForas Áiseanna Saothair (Dublin, Ireland; National Training and Employment Authority)
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Owner Louise Yule, who runs Halfpenny Farm Animal Sanctuary near Kintore, said: "Jasper was two when he came to us.
"I've chosen five very worthy charities to support - AFC Community Trust Dementia Friendly Programmes, Deeside Cats Protection, Forget Me Not Dementia Club in Banchory, Halfpenny Farm Animal Sanctuary near Inverurie and the Scottish SPCA.
Larry the llama was found dead at the Hilltop Farm Animal Sanctuary near the village of Longhorsley last week.
Redgate Farm Animal Sanctuary in Markfield received a call from a lady in Quorn who had been feeding a stray cat with the help of her neighbour for three months.
Buzz currently lives at Foxrush Farm Animal Sanctuary in Redcar, part of the Saltburn Animal Rescue Association (SARA).
Another selection of tablers will be non-profit organizations, such as BeFreegle Foundation, Catskill Animal Sanctuary, Coalition for Healthy School Food, Mercy For Animals, NYCLASS, Peace Advocacy Network, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Tamerlaine Farm Animal Sanctuary, and Veg Option Allies & Advocates.
Staff at the Herald Avenue surgery posted on Facebook that they had reached their target of PS800 for Ricoh's surgery and rehabilitation, and thanked everyone who donated, especially Neddyland Farm Animal Sanctuary.
Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary in New York, where 200 of the birds will end up, is providing perches, grass and even a wooded area where they can roam.
Brown, an animal rights activist, is co-founder and director of Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary in New York, a nonprofit farm animal shelter and advocacy organization.
Bosses at Clough Farm Animal Sanctuary near Marple, Cheshire, were forced to remove the hay after 18-year-old Crunchie suffered a severe reaction.
Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary (WFAS, facebook.com/woodstockfarm), a 23-acre refuge in upstate New York that rescues, rehabilitates and cares for farm animals, has also seen a spike in the number of calls about chickens and roosters in need of homes.
Seven years ago, she met documentary filmmaker and editor Sandra Mohr at a benefit for Farm Animal Sanctuary.