On the Cover: Immaculee came from an alpaca farm that no longer had the means to keep alpacas. Immaculee’s leg was dislocated during her birth and subsequently amputated. She lived with three legs for 14 years, but thanks to the wonderful prosthetic specialists and physical therapists at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, Immaculee has a prosthetic leg that she wears often. When she’s not wearing her prosthetic, she is able to get around fairly well on three legs now due to ongoing physical therapy. Supporting at risk farm animals: Full Circle Farm Sanctuary exists in order to provide sustained, nurturing, safe, and loving lifetime homes for individual farmed animals who otherwise would continue to face horrendous suffering, neglect and horrific, violently premature deaths.