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Colbie Caillat Is A Farm Sanctuary Gal

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Last Friday, singer Colbie Caillat, along with some other bandmates, took a brief break from touring with Sheryl Crow to visit Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, NY.

“They arrived in the early afternoon and I had the pleasure of taking them around the shelter,” writes Susie on the FS blog. “We weaved through the different barns, meeting all the rescued cows, sheep, pigs, birds, and goats.”

“That very night, as they played to a crowd of enthusiastic fans in Canandaigua, New York, Colbie talked about their visit to the sanctuary and made sure everyone knew how wonderful the animals who call our shelter home truly are!”

“Such wonderful people at @FarmSanctuary taking such great care of these previously abused, loving, kind, smart, beautiful animals!” she tweeted after her visit.

Want more? Check out Farm Sanctuary’s blog here.

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