Meet the Animals


A sanctuary resident that was permanently injured by a car


Rescued after ten years in a classroom glass tank


Rescued from a rabbit meat farm


Rescued from laboratory


Rescued from laboratory


Rescued from laboratory


A sanctuary resident that lost a wing when his nest was destroyed by a condo management company.


Found abandoned in a park as a youngster

Simon and Sam

Rescued after being kept in inadequate living conditions under a tree. Both of them have permanently and severely deformed faces.


A native species of box turtle, cannot be released back to the wild because of years in captivity. He has stunted growth due to inadequate care.


Rescued from an elderly couple, who after 30 years couldn't adequately care from him any longer.


Ellie was taken from the wild near Afghanistan for the pet industry. He was sold through a pet store and eventually rescued from a glass tank in a classroom.

Today in the face of an increasingly harmful and isolated culture, there is nothing we need more than a physical place to heal, connect, and grow. 

This is why we are working to create a progressive, inclusive, and life-affirming animal sanctuary and retreat facility. Our facility will be based on the core values of compassion, acceptance, refuge and encouragement.