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Meet Nina: Our Baby Lamb Rescued From Easter Slaughter

In eighteen years of rescue, we’ve learned a lot about sheep. They are loyal, affectionate, and shy. To get to know a sheep is to earn their trust, and to [...]

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Goodbye, Leo

It seems like any moment we'll see you on one of your walks, wearing the adorable coats you needed to keep your delicate body warm. Any moment we expect to [...]

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Remembering Sadie: Lessons From an Old Cow’s Final Hours

Sadie, devoted stepmom to orphaned Blossom and Benjamin and friend to our beloved Tucker, died last week. She was 27 years old. At breakfast on Wednesday morning, we found Sadie […]

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Edna and Penelope

as we turned the corner to the car, we saw two reddish brown birds scuttling around on the sidewalk, near the curb. As we got closer, we saw that they were chickens. Closer still, we realized that their beaks had been cut off. It was clear in that moment that they had been abandoned and that we needed to do something.

Ashley & Pliers: Happy at Last

Two horses who we thought had a slim chance at a happy life have proved that miracles can happen. Pliers, who used to ward us away with aggressive body language, [...]