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Catskill Animal Sanctuary

AN ORDINARY THURSDAY

August 21, 2014 | Categories: General

By Catskill Animal Sanctuary,

At 6:30 in the morning, Kathy Keefe, Director of Sanctuary Operations at CAS, pulls in to begin her busy day. Minutes later, she answers a neighbor’s call: chickens are running around The Homestead lawn. Concerned, Kathy rushes up the hill to discover two roosters, abandoned during the night and left at the sanctuary’s entrance. And Kathy’s day begins ensuring them a place to call home here among 150 other birds. Catskill Animal Sanctuary is inundated with calls from people wanting us to take their roosters. Whether their child participated in a chick hatching program at school or they bought young […]

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This summer, 33 campers made many lifetime memories with the animals who call Catskill Animal Sanctuary home. One of our campers, Addison, found some of his special moments with a pot-bellied pig named Shy Girl who lives up to her name and will not allow people to get too close. She and her mom endured life for nine years outside without any shelter before coming to live at CAS. Shy Girl’s mom has passed away and now Shy Girl roams as she pleases during the day. Addison chose Shy Girl as his adopted animal for the week and learned that […]

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Linda Soper-Kolton

Why I’m Vegan

August 18, 2014 | Categories: Compassionate Cuisine,General

By Linda Soper-Kolton, Director of Compassionate Cuisine

Jenné Claiborne, founder of The Nourishing Vegan, shares her passion for southern cooking and compassionate cooking as a guest blogger.

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Linda Soper-Kolton

Superfood Recipes Class

August 8, 2014 | Categories: Compassionate Cuisine

By Linda Soper-Kolton, Director of Compassionate Cuisine

Our next Compassionate Cuisine vegan cooking class (Saturday, August 16 from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.) covers the important and delicious topic of superfoods. Superfoods are exceptionally nutritious foods that provide a host of benefits supporting health and well-being. They are not just a passing fad - if you know what these food are and can easily incorporate them into your regular diet. In this class, we’ll learn about some of the most important superfoods and create superfood recipes that will help you boost your energy, control cravings and fight off disease. We’ll be making and/or tasting; Superseed Crackers with Cashew-Garlic Ricotta, 
Lentil, Amaranth & Walnut […]

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