for the Animals
13320 CR 450 West, Umatilla FL 32784, USA
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Our New Florida Sanctuary
We have now finally settled down in Florida after a long and grueling move. None the less, we are now located in Umatilla, FL. We moved down all 23 of our lifers including premarin foals, cows, pigs, ducks, a hen, a donkey, and several dogs. You should have seen the vet paperwork for moving all of them across those states! Praise God, we all made it safely.
These first two pictures are of our puppy park. It is a fenced area of about 2 acres that overlooks a large pond/lake. It is attached to an indoor room where the dogs have access to water, nylabones, toys, their own couch, and several dog beds. They are very happy pups and very loved. (To enlarge the dog park photo, click on the photo or link)
These five are the rescues that either needed medical help or that we couldn't bear to part with after the trauma that they had been through and the connections we made with them throughout their rehab. (To enlarge the dog park photo, click on the photo or link)
We still have Bindy-Sue and Charlotte but sadly, we lost Ash last year from what the vet thinks was an embolism. The pigs now have nearly 1.5 acres to roam on and they love digging in the thick sand. We have put in an 8' round tub for them to both bathe in and you can find them in there all the time. So much fun to watch! (To enlarge the photo of the piggie play area, click on the photo or link)
They also have a view of the big lake and their very own big house stuffed with straw bedding to stay dry in the Florida storms. Charlotte is young and very playful and one of her favorite things to do is to drag large branches into their water dish. Don't know why. Bindy still loves her belly rubs and is a pretty lazy girl! (To enlarge the photo of the pig house and pond, click on the photo or link)
Our rescued foals are doing so well. Koda, the black two year old, is ready to start training this coming month. He is very calm and has a lot of spirit but anyone can be around him. Ambrosia was very malnourished when she arrived but is flourishing now and is as sweet as a little puppy and will follow you around without a halter or lead. (To enlarge the photo of the premarin foals, click on the photo or link)
All of our cows are with us and doing well. They like the new place because there is so much shade for them to enjoy. (To enlarge the cow land photo, click on the photo or link)
The property is 10 acres broken into 2 pastures for the cows, horses, and donkey, the pig pasture, the dog park, and room to expand for possible turkey rescue.
Pastures - 1 Pastures - 2
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New Hope Sanctuary for the Animals is a rescue, haven, and adoption organization for abused, tortured, and abandoned innocent animals and pets. We are based on the Christian principles that God intended humans to follow as guardians of His creation. We are a not-for-profit welfare, protection, rescue, rights organization dedicated to the compassionate care of stray and abandoned cats, kittens, dogs, puppies, litters, and farm animals (chickens, pigs, etc.). We encourage people to adopt and provide kind and loving care for a cat, dog, kitten, puppy, or litter, as well as to promote humane population control through spaying and neutering. We are involved in direct action in rescuing and placing animals within a network of animal groups across the nation, and in increasing public awareness and education about the abuse, torture, factory farming, slaughtering, butchering and the murder of innocents, and the need to spay and neuter. Through the media, special events, and publications we promote anticruelty, love, compassion, mercy, respect, and kindness towards all animals, animal theology, and compassionate alternatives to animal products.
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