Located in southern Utah, the 3,000-acre sanctuary serves about 1,700 animals in need on a daily basis and kills zero of them. As the largest no-kill sanctuary in America, it keeps animals for as long as it takes, even if they have special needs, disabilities, or are just plain farty. The sanctuary is separated into areas with names like "Dog Town," "Cat World," and "Horse Haven" (tourist tip: avoid "Tarantula Terrace"), each of which includes group homes that are probably nicer than any apartment you've ever had. Even the pigs "enjoy a short, squat, adorable piggy village with warm homes."
Segregation has never looked so adorable.