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Live Webcam with Turkeys
Source: Live streaming webcam showing turkeys in a barn at Farm Sanctuary in the Finger Lakes Region of upstate New York. Farm Sanctuary is an American animal protection organization, founded in 1986.
Live Webcam Pigs at Farm Sanctuary
Farm Sanctuary, United States. Source: Live streaming webcam showing rescued pigs in a pasture at Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, New York, United States. These pigs really have a lovely time rooting around for food and wallowing in a muddy pool. The webcam is courtesy of
Live Webcam Horses in Kentucky
Live streaming webcam showing rescued horses. The webcam is located at the Kentucky Equine Adoption Centre, Nicholasville, Kentucky, United States and shows horses outside in some of the paddocks. Source
Live Webcam at a Donkey Sanctuary
The Donkey Barn at The Service Dog Project, Ipswich. Live streaming webcam showing rescued donkeys in Massachusetts, United States. The webcam is located in a barn at the Service Dog Project Farm in Ipswich. The farm provides a home for rescued donkeys, miniature horses and donkeys.
Rescue Cam Guinea Pigs
The Cavia Foundation was founded in September 1997 and aims to: Taking care of guinea pigs and giving them a good home again by means of rehoming. Providing information about guinea pigs to increase their well-being and enjoyment of life.
Live Sheep At Farm Sanctuary
LIVE SHEEP WEBCAM AT FARM SANCTUARY.Location: Farm Sanctuary, Watkins Glen, New York. The webcam is located inside a barn at the sanctuary in Watkins Glen. Farm sanctuary was founded in 1986 and was America's first shelter for farmed animals including cows, sheep, pigs and turkeys. Source:
Kitkat Playroom with kittens
Miss Marple is about 1 year old and was found as a stray in Camden. She weighed a respectable 9.28 lbs at intake! Miss Marple had x-rays that confirmed pregnancy and revealed 3 sacs. Latest x-rays show possibly 5 kittens and she was likely 2 weeks from delivery. On February 16, 2022, she delivered 5 healthy kittens!