While it's true that we're primarily a "hooved" animal rescue, there comes a point where we cannot turn our backs on the non-hooved animals of our neighborhood and let's face it - we want to make sure that all animals can find a nice "Forever Home". So, we've created this page specifically for the other hooved and "not-so-hooved" animals that come into our care in hopes they can share in the same successes as their equine cousins.
ALPACAS and LLAMAS
If you are interested in adopting llamas or alpacas, please contact Jen Olson at 612-910-7757.
CATS & KITTENS
If you are interested in adopting cats or kittens, please contact the wonderful people at Lucky's Place. They have several that are waiting for forever homes. They can be reached at 320-241-1829 or visit their website at www.luckysplace.org.
Gus is a standard gelded jack foaled in about 2002 who stands 12.1 hands. He is very well behaved and loves his butt scratched. He is very playful and loves to play tricks on his human friends. He has possible Poitou genes with his longer hair coat. He does have the cross mark on his back and could not be registered half Poitou. For more info on Gus please contact Jean at (651) 261-3428 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen is a donkey jennet who was foaled in approximately 2005. She came to us with her young foal, Wait, in desperate need of farrier care and proper nutrition. She has put on weight and she has regained soundness due to careful care and hoof trimming. She will need this to continue in order to remain sound. This lovely girl is now available for adoption to the right home. If you would like to donate to Helen's farrier fund, please click here to donate now through Network for Good, or click here to donate now through Paypal. Helen truly appreciates your support and kindness!
Mrs. Attenburro is a lovely standard donkey foaled in about 2001 who stands 12 hands. She is well mannered and respectful. Loves getting attention. For more info on Mrs. Attenburro please contact Jean at (651) 261-3428 or email@example.com
This adorable donkey is Wait, who came in with his mother, Helen, in the fall of 2013. Both were seriously malnourished. He has now grown into a healthy and happy boy, has been weaned and gelded, and is available for adoption!
Animals in rehab
(Not yet available for adoption)