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Celebrities Share Stories of Mistreated Animals

Farm Sanctuary presents the stories of battered farm animals in a web series narrated by Hollywood stars.

Farm Sanctuary has just launched Animal Tales, a new web series that features Hollywood stars sharing some of the farm’s most fascinating and touching stories of animals that have overcome cruel treatment and abuse. Farm Sanctuary President Gene Baur believes that many people are not aware of the merciless conditions of most farms in the United States, and he hopes that Animal Tales will help people achieve a deeper understanding for the lives of farm animals. The series will feature celebrities such as Juno actress Allison Janney, Parenthood actor John Corbett, and Spanglish actress Téa Leoni.

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