My father, Ed Stevens, was a charismatic, larger-than-life man who built Rocketts Mill Farm one pasture, one road, one barn at a time—the same way we built Catskill Animal Sanctuary. […]
I’m always asked, “How did you get the money?” as if there’s a single approach. Nope. There are a zillion approaches. A couple suggestions, though…
If sanctuary founders have one thing in common, it’s a desire to help suffering animals experience safety, security, and the touch of kind hands: in other words, the opposite of suffering. Beyond that, we’re an eclectic lot: we are former teachers, marketers, attorneys, truck drivers, activists, sales-people, filmmakers… and Daily Show hosts.
Read summer intern Kaden’s experience. Two years ago I arrived at college a new vegetarian after having just read Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer. I wasn’t vegan yet as […]
At Catskill Animal Sanctuary, one of our most important jobs is to ensure that our animal residents — some 250 or more at any given time — thrive. Many people […]
At 6:30 in the morning, Kathy Keefe, Director of Sanctuary Operations at CAS, pulls in to begin her busy day. Minutes later, she answers a neighbor’s call: chickens are running […]