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Animal Sanctuary Book Wins Award

A book featuring some of the rescued animals from Farm Sanctuary wins a publishing award.

The photo and essay book Ninety-Five capturing the images and stories of rescued animals from Farm Sanctuary’s bi-coastal locations and several other sanctuaries recently won a gold medal in the Animals/Pets category of the Independent Publishers Awards for nonprofit publisher No Voice Unheard. Vegan photographers and writers contributed to the award-winning book and helped to share the tales of animals like Lucky Lady, a sheep who escaped from an auction house and was found wandering the streets of New York City. The title refers to the number of animals that people who consume a vegan diet save each year. The book also previously won an Eric Hoffer award.

Photo courtesy of Farm Sanctuary

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