It is with a very sadden heart that we let everyone know that our beautiful Bluey passed away yesterday from a poisonous bit. We are all very heart broken and will miss his beautiful and playful nature very much. Bluey did enjoy the visits of the many people that visited Peanuts and was always very gently with everyone. Panda and the new calf are taking their time to grieve but we are thankful that they do have each other for comfort as they will truly miss their friend and companion. We ourselves take small comfort in the fact that Peanuts was able to give Bluey a couple more years of joy and happiness as Panda and himself were off for slaughter when Peanuts took them in. We also take comfort in knowing that Blueys time on the plant was a very happy and peaceful one.
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Peanuts would like to say a HUGE Thank you to the voleenters Les JonHeldzingen and Mick still for helping with the stall. It truly was very appreciated even if Les put Mick in it when he voleented him for the fashion parade. :-). I would also like to mention that Chase and other children of Peanuts talked endlessly about what they do at Peanuts and their new project Kids can cook Vegan too. It was a fantastic day and we meet so many fantastic people. (5 photos) ... See MoreSee Less
Peanuts' mission is to bring as many disadvantage, neglected and abused children and animals together as possible and provide care and rehabilitation for both.
We provide care and rehabilitation for many neglected, abused animals, and nurturing for children from dysfunctional backgrounds.
Many aggressive, incarcerated criminals are reported to have tortured and/or murdered animals as children. This behaviour can stem from children seeing adults vent their anger and frustrations on helpless animals. Some children have had no other choices modeled for them.
We believe that by teaching children to care for animals with kindness and thoughtfulness will help break the cycle of abuse.