Peanuts Funny Farm would like to say Thank you to the Sydney Vegan Club http://www.meetup.com/Sydney-Vegan-Club/ and Suzy Spoons Vegetarian Butcher http://www.ssvb.com.au/ for their support in providing the opportunity to raise funds at the 'Two Earths' event on Saturday. All money raised goes a long way in helping Peanut's mission to bring as many disadvantage, neglected and abused children and animals together as possible and provide care and rehabilitation for both. ... See MoreSee Less
Hi all update on this beautiful boy, 'he has been called Stg Pepper’ he was brought from a breeder, but we do not know what has happened to him to find his way to Peanuts. We contacted the breeder but they did not want to know about it. Stg Pepper has had some good luck as he has been fostered by Sundeep and Bornali. They already have 2 cats therefore cannot keep him but are happy to foster him until they can find a safe and happy home for him. If you are able to open your home to Stg Pepper or know of someone that may be able to please contact Peanuts and we will put you in touch with Sundeep and Bornali. Photo of Sundeep and Bornali with Stg Pepper coming soon (when it will send from phone to email :-) ... See MoreSee Less
the beautiful black cat that has been hanging around the house has finally decided to join us He was scared but when he knew we were not going to hurt him he loved some food, drink and a loving hug. We urgently need to find him a home so please contact us if you can help as i will need to have him replaced before the end of the weekend. (4 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.