Looking back at 2021
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by Lynn, Oscar & Britt | Jan 30, 2022
“These events helped us raise awareness for the plight of farmed animals and gave back directly to the rescued residents of JP.”
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“We try our best to give these beautiful beings the life they deserve.”
As you may know, sanctuary life can be both heartwarming and heartbreaking. We welcome new residents, with stories that often have challenged pasts and say goodbye to others that we have been able to love. We watch them grow, develop relationships between other residents and hopefully gain their trust in us to care for them.
We try our best to give these sentient beings the life they deserve. You have helped us do this with your compassionate donations, volunteering support, social media support, physical visits to meet the animals in person and most importantly your friendship!
Including the daily feed, medicine, medical supplies, and sanctuary maintenance, as well as these highlights:
Adopted Rusty the rooster from a kind family that found him roaming in their office yard
Reworked the chicken coop to be able to house Rusty, Victor and the Hens safely
Adopted Mozza the pig from Farm Sanctuary’s Adoption Network in Watkins Glen, NY
Built a fence in the woods for the pigs: Beanie-Tofu, Dolphin, DJ, and Mozza
Adopted Olivia and Emmerson and built their coop
Repositioned many elements in the cow barn for more efficiency
- DJ’s hoof surgery
- Mozza’s spaying surgery
- Ethan’s horn removal
Farm Veterinary Visits:
- Checks on the chickens
- Shots & vaccines
- Several visits for Ethan and Cara
- Cara’s passing
Several Hoof Trimming Visits:
- Allie for her infection: 4 times
- Cara for her infections: twice
- All cows for hoof trimming: twice
Equipment purchases and or maintenance
Some of our rescued residents we sadly lost this past year.
With heavy hearts, we also lost the following residents: Ava the hen who originally came with Victor; Hope, Joy, Isabella and Sunshine from the Brooklyn 6 Cornish Hens; Cara the Scottish Highland cow from the original herd that started JP Farm Animal Sanctuary back in 2013.
We also watched our English Mastiff dog Ace lose his ability to walk from a stroke and infection in his back which led to an invasive surgery that he is still not recovered from.
Cara — the Scottish Highland cow from the original herd
Cara the Scottish Highland cow from the original herd that started JP Farm Animal Sanctuary back in 2013. She passed away in early January 2022.
The sanctuary’s goal is to seed a spirit of kindness for all animals, through sharing the stories of the sanctuary’s resident ambassadors, and by providing a place of connection where visitors can come to know animals more deeply.
We hope to continue to work with you in 2022 to inspire compassionate living for all!
The JP Family
“May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.”
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