Woodstock Animal Sanctuary's Special Needs Animals
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Woodstock Farm Sanctuary
March 2018

At Woodstock Farm Sanctuary, formerly neglected and abused farmed animals receive lifelong care, including many special needs animals who require custom treatment.ext

While so many others have ignored farmed animals, we know you won't turn a blind eye to their plight.

At Woodstock Farm Sanctuary, formerly neglected and abused farmed animals receive lifelong care, including many special needs animals who require custom treatment.

Have you met our special needs animals?

Fawn

Cow Fawn

Born into the manure pit on a commercial dairy farm, Fawn suffered multiple breaks in her front legs from the violent fall and vets gave her only two years to live. We refused to accept this fate and sought out a specialist. At Woodstock Farm Sanctuary, Fawn is fitted for braces every few months and she will continue to live a long, pain-free life

Walter

Goat Walter

Rescued from a petting zoo, Walter spent four cruel years trapped in tiny pen. These years of confinement resulted in painful, bent legs. Instead of giving up on him, we took him to an orthopedic surgeon. Walter was given knee braces to heal his legs, and now he receives daily medication so he can live a full life at the Sanctuary.

Michelle

Rabbit Michelle

Rescued by our friends at Catskill Animal Sanctuary, Michelle came from a hoarding situation. Due to neglect and an untreated infection, she was left with permanent neurological damage. Michelle gets around a little more carefully than the other rabbits and needs to be brought into the medical barn during the colder months, but we will never give up on her. We know she deserves the same love and care as anyone else

Dylan

Cow Dylan

Dylan was born into the dairy industry and would have been killed because, as a male, he wouldn't produce milk. As an adult steer, Dylan developed cancer and needed surgery to remove his eye and stop the disease from spreading. This prompt medical attention saved Dylan's life and he is more excited than ever to meet visitors this season.


When you become a member today, you provide critical funds for our rescued residents who need specialized care and medical intervention throughout their lives. You also allow us to bring more farmed animals home to sanctuary. VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO DONATE!


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