| 1 min | from Daniel A. Earle, Volunteer, Barn Sanctuary |
I hope you have all been enjoying “Saved by the Barn Saturdays” (that’s what I call them anyway) as much as I have. For me the show is one of the things that gets me through the week in these strange times.
Last week’s episode of SBTB was viewed by over half a million people. This was a huge jump from week two where around 387,000 tuned in. We need to keep up the momentum to continue getting airtime as a new show, so support makes a big difference. Our goal is to hit 1,000,000 views.
This week’s episode is an especially important one. It will feature Emmy and Hugo, two goats who were rescued from a small farm neglect case, a situation. The case of Emmy and Hugo will allow viewers to see things that can happen to animals, why they deserve better, and what happens when people like the staff of Barn Sanctuary care enough to treat these animals with the respect and compassion they deserve.
Join the SBTB movement and watch this Saturday at 10 EDT on Animal Planet to meet goats Emmy & Hugo and get an update on Joey the cow. #SavedByTheBarn
P.S. Animal Planet will be monitoring the hashtag #SavedByTheBarn so please be sure to use it when you spread news about the show so they see how many people are interested in our work for farmed animals!