There is excitement in the court yard today. Wilby is getting a new roof on his hut thanks to our supporters and our valued volunteer, Alex. As always, Wilby is always close enough to provide his supervisory expertise.
Don't you love to feel the sand between your toes? Thanks to our awesome supporters, our roosters can! Through their generosity, we were able to install a layer of sand in each one of the rooster condos. This serves many purposes such as helping with drainage, providing a natural grit and allowing for dust baths that are beneficial for the health of the roos.
George Washington is seen here enjoying his new sandy condo. If you would love to have George or any of our other beautiful birds, please complete and return an adoption application to email@example.com.
Sometimes it's difficult to remember that all things will eventually work out how they are meant to. Such is the case with Blue. She had a few different potential adopters, but for all various reasons they just never worked out. Now we understand why!
This right here is what we hope for all of our horses! Blue finally has her very own little girl. They are perfectly matched, and we can't wait to see their accomplishments in the show ring. ... See MoreSee Less
Our new rescue horses, Merryweather, Flora and Fauna, are setting in nicely. Once out of quarantine, they will be able to join the others in the pastures. If you would like to sponsor one of these cuties or to help with the cost of food, shelter, and veterinary care, please visit our website at:
A huge shout out to our volunteer, Dave Roberts. He comes to the sanctuary to mow the grounds during the summer months as well as loading and taking donated aluminum cans to the recycling facility.
An easy way to help support the animals at Happy Trails is by saving your aluminum cans. Collect your cans and store them up in durable trash bags. When in doubt, use a magnet to test for aluminum. A magnet will not stick to aluminum but will stick to steel or other metals. Bring your bags to the Happy Trails and place them beside the office building to the left in the receptacles provided. If you need help, please ask in the office! If the receptacles are full, place your bags in the area beside them. Dave periodically takes the aluminum cans to B & B Recycling where your donated cans are turned into money that directly benefits the farm animals rescued by Happy Trails. ... See MoreSee Less