Adopt a Farm Animal with Viva! and Dean Farm Animal Sanctuary | Viva!

Adopt a Farm Animal with Viva! and Dean Farm Animal Sanctuary

Earlier this year, an exciting partnership began between Viva! and Dean Farm Animal Sanctuary.

After filming for the Face Off campaign, Viva’s founder and director, Juliet Gellatley was determined to save at least some pigs. Mary Frankland has helped make this possible by providing forever homes for the rescued pigs (and other farmed animals) at Dean Farm Animal Sanctuary.

Hope and her six piglets are all happy residents of the sanctuary as is Dotty, who was once the loneliest sow in Britain but now has a best friend in Wynne the pig.

Viva! and Dean Farm Animal Sanctuary cannot continue to rescue pigs and other farmed animals without your help. By adopting a rescued animal, you are not only showing the animals that they are loved by making them a part of your family but are contributing directly to their continued care at the sanctuary. Half of your adoption fee will also help Viva! campaign against animal exploitation and bring an end to factory farming.

When you adopt an animal from any of our sanctuaries you’ll receive a letter, personalised A5 certificate, 6x4” colour photo supplied in a cool magnetic frame and an update.

To find out more about the sanctuaries and adoptees please visit:

Dotty and Wynne

Hope Apple Blossom and her piglets


And many other animals are available for distance adoption at

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