Help Stadri Emblems Support Neglected and Abused Farm Animals


The Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary

“Kayli the cow lifted completely off the planet for a few seconds out of sheer joy of being in a new pasture.” Courtesy of The Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary

Nestled within a small borough in the Catskill Mountains just outside of Woodstock, NY, is a delightful sanctuary for farm animals, rescued from cases of abuse, neglect, and abandonment—mostly from factory farm slaughterhouses, but also from the streets of New York City. Known as the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, this sanctuary provides refuge and shelter to cows, pigs, sheep and goats, chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese, and even a lone mule.

Most of the staff at Stadri Emblems are passionate animal lovers, especially Kynan, our General Manager, who is heavily involved in animal rescue. When a neglected or abandoned kitten, puppy, squirrel, bird, or rabbit is found, she’s the one who gets the call. These types of popular animals are well-loved by most and get much support. However, I got to thinking: what about all those animals that don’t cross our path or register on our radar from day to day?

I recently had the privilege of volunteering at the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary and getting to interact with these animals first hand. The experience proved to be both humbling and eye-opening. It’s amazing how many of us go through life completely disconnected with these amazing creatures. Who knew a pig is the third smartest animal on the planet or that the term “mother hen” sprung from the fact that hens are such devoted mothers and enjoy the task so much that, if given the opportunity, they will adopt and care for bunnies, kittens, and even whole litters of puppies?

Ashton the Sheep, courtesy of Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary

Stadri Emblems is launching a campaign to support these animals (lasting until the end of this year), and we need your help! Here’s what you can do.

1) We are planning to sponsor an animal, but which kind of animal should we sponsor? Tell us in the comments whether you want us to sponsor a chicken, rabbit, duck, goose, turkey, goat, lamb, pig, or cow.

2) We are also planning to sponsor additional animals. For every additional 50 Facebook likes, Twitter followers, or newsletter signups we receive, we will sponsor an additional animal.

3) If you’re particularly moved by the pain and suffering of these neglected animals, you can sponsor an animal directly.

So please, act now, and we’ll help more and more of these animals in need. We’ll even make it extra easy for you. Help these animals with one click of your mouse!

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For every animal we sponsor, we’ll receive a photograph as well as information about our animal’s life story. So check back to see if the animal you vote for gets sponsored!

Image courtesy of Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary

From now until the end of the year, all donations made to the sanctuary will be matched by a generous donor. Please effortlessly help Stadri Emblems make a difference in the lives of these amazing animals!

Additional Information:
Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary Website
Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary Facebook Page

This campaign will last until the end of 2012 or until we reach 1,000 likes, whichever comes first.

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12 Responses to Help Stadri Emblems Support Neglected and Abused Farm Animals

  1. R says:

    I wish you could sponsor them all!

    If I HAD to choose, I might choose Maybelle, she has beautiful eyes! :)

  2. Shawna says:

    I love bunnies!

  3. Dennis says:

    Goats are probably the most overlooked by people. You should sponsor a goat.

  4. Kevin says:

    We should sponsor Mike Jr. cause that cow is like a superhero.

  5. I know I wrote this article but why shouldn’t I have a say too?! I want us to sponsor Star. She is my favorite animal on the farm. Every time I go, I always make it a point to go see her, but I don’t even have to bother, because she always finds me and greets me herself. I love her! When I clean the goat barn, she follows me around and just watches my every move and stares up at me with those eyes as if to say, “Pet me; pet me.

  6. Ashley says:

    Sponsor the mule since he’s all alone and doesn’t have any other mule friends.

  7. Jon says:

    I think we should sponsor Ashton the sheep. I mean a classy animal with a classy name needs to be sponsored by a classy bunch of people.

  8. Sarah says:

    This is tough but I think I’ve narrowed it down to 2… no, 3! It’s between Clover the goat, Little Dude the pig, or Curly the pig. :)

  9. Mike says:

    My vote would go for Curly the piglet. Cute and has a great story to boot.

    But heck, can’t we just make it easy, skip the voting part and sponsor them all?

  10. Sheri says:

    Another vote for the mule!

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