Please Consider Rescue Rather Than Release
BARN BUDDIES RESCUE is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating current owners of farm animals regarding placement (i.e. rescue), rather than release of such animals onto vacant land surrounding the Las Vegas Valley and/or our vicinity parks.
We operate out of and are integrated with THE FARM, which is our parent organization. All proceeds from THE FARM go to the care and feeding of the animals, most of which are rescues.
We will network with other groups to find appropriate homes – either temporary, until you get settled in new living quarters – or permanent, if you are no longer able to care for your animals.
Our mission is to provide the best quality of life for abandoned farm animals that are being displaced by those losing their homes, family groups and/or jobs.
We, at BARN BUDDIES RESCUE, strongly encourage education regarding non-breeding of farm animals within the Valley.
Overpopulation of farm animals is overcrowding shelters, sanctuaries and temporary foster homes and we hope to be a part of the solution.
HOMES WITH A HEART ARE NEEDED FOR DISPLACED FARM ANIMALS
If you are able to help farm animals that are looking for either temporary or long term placement, please contact us.
We encourage you to do your homework regarding the type of animal you may be able to consider for foster or permanent placement.
Be very sure of your commitment to ensure the animal will not have to go through displacement in the future. A home check will be required prior to foster or adoption.
Volunteers are always needed as well as vehicles and trailers to pick up, transport and drop off larger animals.
If you are able to provide physical help, supplies, blankets, crates, equine equipment or anything that may help us help the animals, please contact us.
Please visit our website for more information – http://BARNBUDDIESRESCUE.org or email us at GL@BarnBuddiesRescue.org
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