The Sehati Animal Sanctuary gives sanctuary to almost 300 animals – mostly chickens, goats, rabbits and sheep, plus a few stray cats and dogs. Photo: Handout
The Sehati Animal Sanctuary gives sanctuary to almost 300 animals – mostly chickens, goats, rabbits and sheep, plus a few stray cats and dogs. Photo: Handout
Indonesia

This Indonesian sanctuary is changing minds on animal rights, one pig at a time

  • In Indonesia, where animal rights is a relatively new concept, the Sehati Animal Sanctuary on Sumatra island is unique
  • Set up by a couple who pawned their jewellery to save farm animals from the chop, its mission is to speak up for living beings that lack a voice

The Sehati Animal Sanctuary gives sanctuary to almost 300 animals – mostly chickens, goats, rabbits and sheep, plus a few stray cats and dogs. Photo: Handout
The Sehati Animal Sanctuary gives sanctuary to almost 300 animals – mostly chickens, goats, rabbits and sheep, plus a few stray cats and dogs. Photo: Handout
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