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Help support Taylor & Tiny Hooves Sanctuary

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On December 16, 2022, the lead volunteer of Tiny Hooves Sanctuary, Taylor, was brutally attacked for protecting the safety of one of their animals. Earlier that day, a goat was found left by someone on the property, and the rescue jumped into action to make the goat feel safe and protected. A few hours later, a man trespassed onto the farm and demanded to know where the goat was. Within 30 seconds, he began brutally attacking Taylor without warning. The man jumped the gate, started punching Taylor and picked up a heavy brick and beat him with it, screaming that he would kill him. When another volunteer, Sandi, heard the commotion, she ran to help and the man threw the brick at her as well. 911 was called and upon hearing the sirens, the man took off and busted through one of the gates and fencing of the sanctuary. After a police standoff in a nearby pole barn, the man who attacked the two volunteers took his own life.
Taylor was rushed to the hospital and subsequently transferred to a higher-level care center in Milwaukee. He suffered extensive injuries and will have a long road to recovery.

Anyone who knows Taylor knows he is part of the heart & soul of what makes Tiny Hooves such a special place. He works tirelessly to help these animals, loves them dearly, and would do anything to protect them as evidenced by his heroic actions yesterday that resulted in his attack. Taylor lives on the farm and works full-time caring for the animals and helping coordinate the other volunteers, and his presence will be missed desperately during the winter months while he heals. Anyone who has spent time on a farm knows that the winter months are especially hard as is, with harsh Wisconsin weather and extensive upkeep on enclosures to keep the animals safe and warm, let alone the regular day-to-day operations. Tiny Hooves is where over 150 rescued animals call home, and they deserve all of the help we can give them.

I am asking for help to raise funds to help offset the medical costs as well as to help ease the burden of the day-to-day operations of costs to keep Tiny Hooves up and running while their founder Beca helps care for Taylor as he heals. Thank you for your time and generosity, the animals and the Tiny Hooves family appreciate it!


  • Meredith Nickels
    • $25 
    • 1 yr
  • Cheryl McPhaul
    • $25 
    • 1 yr
  • Mae H.
    • $30 
    • 2 yrs
  • Anonymous
    • $250 
    • 2 yrs
  • Anonymous
    • $20 
    • 2 yrs

Organizer and beneficiary

Carol Jandron
Kenosha, WI
Taylor Romack

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