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Peanuts' mission is to bring disadvantage, neglected and abused children and animals together to provide care and rehabilitation for both.

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Our Mission

Our Mission

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.

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How you can help

Peanuts Funny Farm is a non-profit charity, and do not receive any financial assistance from the government. Sponsoring one of our animals will help support the costs of their food and health care. Donations over $2 are tax deductible and are greatly appreciated.

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Dinner, Bed & Breakfast for Overnight Stays

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast for Overnight Stays

We have overnight stay DBB (Dinner, Bed and Breakfast) packages for singles, couples and families. Costs help cover all utilities and 100% of it goes towards Peanuts Funny Farm in helping break the abuse cycle for animals and children.

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Spotlight on Goodwill Wine

Peanuts Funny Farm is partnering with Goodwill Wine, so if you enjoy a nice drop for a good cause, please click on the link below. They also have a selection of vegan wines!

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This is fantastic for kids. Education and fun, all in one magazine. Order now www.vegankidsmagazine.com - www.vegankidsmagazine.com/product-page/one-year-printed-subscription ... See MoreSee Less

The pre-order for our third magazine is offically active. This issue is all about farm animal sanctuaries, why they are important and what they are. It is so jammed-packed with content it might explode (with kindness 😏) at any second! We feel super lucky to work with an extensive line-up of health professionals, kids book authors, vegan educators, sanctuary owners πŸ„ and of course families and kids! The official release date of this issue is the 8th of February! Joey Carbstrong Edgar's Mission Peanuts Funny Farm Anthony Hadj Greener Pastures Sanctuary Picky Plant Eaters Penny Lane Farm Sanctuary

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Due to personal reasons we will be offline for the next 4 to 6 weeks. If you need to contact us and it is urgent please call on landline or put urgent in the subject. We will be back in March and really excited to catch up with everyone. Don't worry, all Peanuts residents will be getting the best of care as always. πŸ’œπŸ·πŸπŸŽπŸ¦ŠπŸ°πŸ₯πŸΎπŸ’š ... See MoreSee Less

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Pig-Pig. 🐷 When people come to visit peanuts we tell the story about how Pig-pig likes to grow his own garden. When people start telling stories like that you walk away going β€œyea right” which is what I would probably do also. We thought that we will take a couple of photos to show you how he is now growing tomatoes and we have the pictures to prove it. πŸ˜€ We have put up some wood on the other side of the fence to try and stop Milly and Kipton from coming though the fence to eat them on him. He won’t eat them until they have matured as long as no other animals get to them. Fingers crossed he gets to have a nice feed of tomatoes. It's also a little sad when Pig-pig can grow food better then us ;-) ... See MoreSee Less

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