Caption this photo. Here's a unique perspective. Lola, our more elusive sanctuary kitty, is caught watchful of the farm pig yard. It's the perfect photo for #captionTHIS Ready, go! ... See MoreSee Less
Sometimes things happen faster than we can report! It has been a busy time for intake at Happy Trails...
EllieMae, the cutest ever 4-month-old potbelly, was found wandering the streets by a vet student. After taking her to class to give her the once over, she was brought to Happy Trails. She will be spayed and found a home.
Penelope, a quiet little lamb, was found injured and taken to Barberton Vet by a good samaritan. After her injuries were treated she was welcomed in where she will learn to trust as she waits for a new home.
Peanut, a Norwegian goat, was a win-win. Happy Trails was approached by owners who were frantically searching for placement for this sweet, friendly face. The sanctuary has adopted out all the goats and sheep and had none to great our tour guests! So Peanut will help us give tours until he finds a place to call his own.
For some the favorite part of a tour at Happy Trails is the visit with the farm pigs. Take the time to visit and look into the soulful eyes of one of these gigantic creatures. You will not believe how captivating they are! Register for your tour today! happytrailsfarm.org/tours/
Tours are available Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11:00am – 12:45pm – 2:30pm – 4:15pm ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to all who attended our first ever Summer Solstice celebration. This enjoyable event included a blessing of the animals, sanctuary, staff and supporters by special guest Sandy Selby. After a toast to ring in summer, staff and guests strolled the sanctuary together visiting with the animals and sharing in the love and compassion for them that brings us together. Congratulations to the raffle winners. A special thank you to those who made the evening posible. And a warm welcome to the new faces who joined us in support of the important work of Happy Trails. ... See MoreSee Less