I just relocated my rescue efforts and am in need of lots
of help. The trip relocation cost about 3x what I budgeted (and had money for), and I'm hoping
you can help w/ donations. There are horses and a donkey to feed,
chickens, ducks, geese, peacocks, goats, dogs, cats and guinea pigs. I am 100%
non-profit, but not yet a 501(c)(3), so donations are NOT tax
No donation is too small -- even if you only have a couple bales of horse hay or a bag of dog, cat, or guinea food, chicken scratch, fruits and veggies that are past their prime for human consumption, are always appreciated (the birds love almost all fruits and veggies, except onions, potatoes, lemons and limes) -- it is greatly appreciated. The horses and donkey love anything sweet -- apples, uncooked carrots, any kind of melon, and basically anything sweet, including watermelon, cantaloup and honeydew. They also love corn and even corn husks. If you know of or run a local fruit stand, I'd be thrilled to take your past-its-prime produce off your hands. Cash donations, no matter how small are always appreciated as well. There are fences to repair, shelters to build for the farm animals, feed to buy and vet bills to pay.
If you're able or willing to donate time or materials to repair some fencing or build addt'l shelters for the farm animals, that too is needed. The goats are penned in a small pen right now instead of in w/ the horses and donkeys, because while the fencing is fine for horses, it won't keep goats in.
You are always welcome to come visit and see our beautiful place and beautiful animals and see the work I'm doing and meet the animals. None of the animals are available for adoption. They are rescue animals who will live for the rest of their lives as part of my family.
The animals I have right now are not available for adoption. But they'll all have love, care, a home, vet care and feed until they pass on naturally.
I've contacted the addresses in my contact list, but please forward this to anyone in your contacts who you think may be able to help. I'm hoping to have this forwarded to at least 50,000 people. Thanks to all!