For some of our animals we are a temporary soft landing spot, a safe place to get well and they will hopefully find a forever loving home. Others will live their days at the rescue being loved and cared for by our volunteers. These are some of our animal’s stories.

Our newest arrivals Ivy and Woody are 2 yr old Quarter Horse Ponies. When their owner was diagnosed with terminal cancer I made a promise to keep them together and take care of them. Their owner has since passed and they have come to stay at the rescue.
Brownie came to us when we were just starting around 2016. She is now estimated in her late 20s. A good friend of mine gave her to us. She was given to him with her mule baby. She was in rough shape. Now she’s enjoying her retirement. The scar across her muzzle is because her previous owner kept a halter on her all the time and it became too tight.
Left to right Ellie, Eclipse and Brownie. Ellie was given to us to be pasture mate to Brownie so she wouldn’t be lonely. Unknown to us at the time Ellie was pregnant with Eclipse. 4.5 months later Eclipse was born on the farm. Funny thing is Brownie stole Eclipse and wouldn’t let Ellie near him. We had to build a paddock just for Ellie and Eclipse. Brownie would stand there all day looking over the fence watching Eclipse. Now that Eclipse is older Brownie and him are like 2 peas in a pod, you can always find one by looking for the other.
Clarice was the only red baldie in a herd of black baldies. The other cows picked on her when she was a calf. They wouldn’t let her eat and drive her further into the woods. The farmer was worried she’d be attacked by predators. We’ve had Clarice for around 2 years now. She has a Potential Adopter just waiting on fence completion.
Tank and Christmas. Tank is around 6 months now and Christmas will be 2 this December. Tank lost his mother when he was only a couple days old. We had gotten Christmas when she was a few weeks old. It is believed she was a twin and her mother rejected her. She was found all alone in the pasture and no one was claiming her. Both were raised as bottle babies. Both have a potential approved adopter.
Dracula was abandoned as a kitten in a box at a mechanic shop.
Clyde his owners decided to go another way and instead of raising goats they were going to raise cattle. All the other goats had found homes but since he is a whether he was passed up and would of been all alone. Goats are herd animals. He has a potential approved adopter.
Spudz and Krypto. 2 year old American Bully Pitbull mixes. Available for adoption. Due to behavioral and breed potential adopter will be screened carefully. Must have breed experience. Would be best in only one dog household.