In Part One of this most recent interview, Sandra told me about Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary, the nonhuman individuals who live there and their unique personalities, and some of the challenges that come along with running a farmed animal sanctuary. One of these challenges is in treating the health conditions that result from the selective breeding that animal exploiting industries have imposed on farmed animals. We also spoke about the challenge of living in a speciesist world.
Sandra told me about several of Eden's residents in the interview; here are some photos of them... (All of these photos are courtesy of Agatha Kisiel Photography.)
|Angel was rescued with other sheeps from a flooded yard beside a slaughterhouse|
|Fairy on the day she arrived at Eden|
|Genevieve with Maria in the background|
|Mamou with her daughters Ruth and Jane|
|Penny and Connie|
|Pip and Cara|
|Razzle the blind rook (RIP) with Sandra|
|10 sheeps were rescued from a slaughterhouse field and now peacefully live at Eden|
|The rescued turkeys whom Sandra mentioned in the interview|
We will hear Part Two of this interview in the near future. In the meantime, I hope you'll listen to this episode!
How to listen to this episode
There are two ways to listen to the episode.
- Listen to the podcast version that I uploaded to Archive.org at https://archive.org/details/afarfebruary192020. You can also download the MP3 file from that page.
- Listen to the episode as it was heard live on CKCU 93.1 FM: https://cod.ckcufm.com/programs/553/47069.html. Please note that, due to a technical error, the first couple minutes of the interview were played twice on the radio. However, after that, the rest of the interview played without a problem. If you don't want to hear the beginning of the interview twice, you can still listen to the Archive.org version.
The next episode of Always for Animal Rights will be broadcast on CKCU 93.1 FM in Ottawa on Wednesday, March 4th, 2019-- and, of course, it will be available to listen to afterwards, as well.