A Peaceful Moment At Sanctuary

This video shares some of the peace that comes with sanctuary. Here, Rana and Maia are taking advantage of one of the most important things that a sanctuary life offers: autonomy. On this day, both used their freedom to just peacefully exist, without interference from humans. We wish you all a sense of tranquility and relaxation today and every day.


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    Katherine says

    Serene, peaceful, heartwarming.

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    Tammy says

    and to you all as well 💞 thank you!

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    Beci says

    What a beautiful setting. They are very lucky they were rescued by you. Is that loud exhale for specific reasons you have figured out or is it you aren’t sure why they do it?

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      Kat Blais says

      there are several theories, but no one really knows.

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    Charlotte Hansen says

    This is beautiful!

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    Nancy says


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    John says

    Beautiful! Belissimo!

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    Betty Karafilis says

    As it should be….for ALL sentient beings! Thank you for this video..

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    Greg says

    Do they ever go up on the hills or is that outside of all of the yards?

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      Kat Blais says

      those hills are outside of their current yard, but they do climb up and down smaller ones and in and out of the creek beds. ☺️

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    Linda says

    Love It. What peace those elephants have at your sanctuary and they deserve it! Thank you so much for making that happen. I wish Ramba was still there…..I miss her so much. She deserved sanctuary sooooo much, I’m glad she had a little time there but sorry she didn’t get much more 🙁

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      Sara says

      Agree – we cherish every moment that Ramba was able to spend at sanctuary.

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