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for the Animals
13320 CR 450 West, Umatilla FL 32784, USA

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winnie1.jpg (174648 bytes)June 2001.   Winnie could have been a poster child for the case against puppy mills.  About three years old, this Westhighland White Terrier was rescued after having been bred over and over just to have her babies stolen from her.  At the time of her liberation, she was suffering from a severe skin condition due to standing in feces up to her shoulders in her small cage.

Due to her skin condition, Winnie was just a day away from being euthanized.   Working in conjunction with a local veterinarian we were able to acquire her and soon transported her to a breed specific rescue group in northern Virginia.  She was so happy just to be outside and loved rubbing her belly on the grass.

Later we learned that her skin condition was easily treatable with a medicated shampoo and thankfully Winnie was adopted into a home with another Terrier and a family that was so happy to have her.

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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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The Mary T. and Frank L. Hoffman Family Foundation
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