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So we went back out to Farm Sanctuary and worked with all the amazing volunteers and just to get a little update on where they're at. And it was pretty remarkable again.

My expectation was that they would be standoffish. And I was surprised that once they'd fed and felt more comfortable, I was hanging with Saffron, who's like this massive ton of kindness. And Indigo the calf just kind of walked up towards me. And I was so surprised.

There was no way that she would have come up to me when we first met her. And yet here now feeling the safety of this place, knowing that these humans had been there to care for her and the other cows, she came up with curiosity. I don't know if she trusted me or what, but she didn't feel scared of me. It was incredible to see them. And Indigo was nursing off of her mom, which was just incredible to see and just their natural behavior and how so often we interrupt that.

These are unique lives and that they deserve autonomy and freedom to live whatever lives they wish. And I hope that people get the opportunity to see that. I hope they can feel what I feel when I see them and recognize the intrinsic value that they have. My sister Liberty came and my sister Rain. And it was so nice to introduce Liberty to her namesake. Just thinking about the billions of lives annually of animals that we kill for our own consumption or for our hats or wristbands or shoes or belts.

We spend one day each year paying homage to our planet, Earth Day. But the other 364 days, we consume with impunity. It's really undeniable the detrimental impact that animal agriculture has on the environment. And so this simple act of rescuing Liberty and Indigo, these two cows, some ways are as simple as just sparing the lives of these creatures. But it's also an acknowledgment of not only the destruction that they experience at our hands, but the environment as a whole, and that by our actions, we either have the choice to continue to destroy other beings and the environment, or we begin the process of reversing the damage that we've done.

And I had never-- it's a strange thing about this, but I'd never been close to livestock before. So I went down to the slaughterhouse. And the owner decided that he wanted to allow us to rescue this animal. In addition to not-- having never been around livestock, I'd never been in a slaughterhouse either before.

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