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Briar was found as a puppy, along with her littermates, listed for free online. This is especially dangerous for many reasons. Dogs being given away for free, especially puppies, can easily end up being used for dog fight training bait. With the help of another rescue, we were able to provide Briar a home here and the other puppies were placed with other rescues and families.

Briar came to us as a very timid girl. It took her a while to warm up to us, but when she did it was great to see her personality surface. She loves to play with the other dogs and watch over all of the animals here at the sanctuary.

Rescueversary: February 9, 2022

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Just before the new year, Lily was brought to us in bad shape. She had been found in the middle of the road and was presumably dumped and hit by a car. We got her to an avian vet and after evaluation we found out she had a broken humerus. Unfortuanately, she will have a droopy wing for the rest of her life and will not regain the ability to fly, but she is thriving.

Lily loves to eat snacks and play in her pool. She is still pretty skeptical of us, but we are actively working to gain Lily's trust.

Rescueversary: December 30, 2021

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In August of 2021, Ash was one of six chickens left without a home when their original owner was ordered to get rid of them by the city.

Ash was supposed to be a hen, but soon after bringing him home we found out he was a rooster! It was definietly an unexpected surprise. Ash is a very careful, cautious boy and he does not appreciate it when someone tried to touch him.

Rescueversary: August 22, 2021

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In August of 2021, Louisie was one of six chickens left without a home when their original owner was ordered to get rid of them by the city.

Louisie is definitely our biggest troublemaker! She is bold and is not afraid to jump up and grab things out of your hands!

Rescueversary: August 22, 2021

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In August of 2021, Taro was one of six chickens left without a home when their original owner was ordered to get rid of them by the city.

Taro is quite the curious one with a very big appetite!

Rescueversary: August 22, 2021

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In August of 2021, Ginger was one of six chickens left without a home when their original owner was ordered to get rid of them by the city.

Ginger is always one of the first chickens to meet you at the gate for food and is always close by waiting for treats!

Rescueversary: August 22, 2021

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In August of 2021, Zinnia was one of six chickens left without a home when their original owner was ordered to get rid of them by the city.

Zinnia is a very social girl and is always one of the first chickens to meet you at the gate for a snack.

Rescueversary: August 22, 2021

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In August of 2021, Dew was one of six chickens left without a home when their original owner was ordered to get rid of them by the city.

Dew is a little shy and tends to stand back, but she definitely has the best hairdo out of all of the chickens and she knows it!

Rescueversary: August 22, 2021

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In May of 2021, Trinity and her sister, Chamomile, were rescued from a hoarding case. They were among 100+ newborn, adult, injured and paralyzed rabbits removed from the situation by several rabbit rescue groups. Thanks to those rescue groups, we were able to welcome Trinity and Chamomile to our sanctuary. At the time, they were just 6-8 week old baby bunnies.

Watching Trinity grow up and watching her personality develop was such an amazing experience! Trinity is basically the polar opposite of her sister. While her sister Chamomile is a social butterfly that likes to explore, Trinity prefers to sit back and is cautious of everything. Even though they are completely different, they are inseparable!

Rescueversary: May 27,2021

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In May of 2021, Chamomile and her sister, Trinity, were rescued from a hoarding case. They were among 100+ newborn, adult, injured and paralyzed rabbits removed from the situation by several rabbit rescue groups. Thanks to those rescue groups, we were able to welcome Chamomile and Trinity to our sanctuary. At the time, they were just 6-8 week old baby bunnies.

Watching Chamomile grow up and watching her personality develop was such an amazing experience! Chamomile is basically the polar opposite of her sister. While her sister, Trinity, prefers to sit back and is cautious of everything, Chamomile is a social butterfly that likes to explore. Even though they are completely different, they are inseparable!

Rescueversary: May 27,2021

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OP came to us last year with a few of his siblings with every intention of them all being released back into the wild. They were just babies at the time; we estimated them to be about 11 weeks old. They had lost their mom after a dog chased her out of the yard, dropping OP and his siblings.

Unfortunately, during rehabilitation, one of OP's siblings chewed off his tail. In captivity, opossums can become cannibalistic. This occurs for a variety of reasons, but was most likely due to overcrowding, being contained or just stress in general. Opossums cannot survive in the wild without their tails so OP was non-releasable and had to stay with us. We love OP so very much and try to give him the best life we possibly can. We would have loved to watch him be released with his siblings, but it just wasn't in the cards for him.

We think he's pretty happy, living a carefree life with food delivered to his door every morning!

Rescueversary: May 15, 2021

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