Sasquatch was part of a large animal rescue orchestrated by HSUS with the sanctuary as "ground zero". This sweet goat endured the darkness of neglect both figuratively and physically. He deserves the world. Adoptive mom Holly inspires us all, "Far too often, human beings treat animals as if their lives belong to us. They are used for entertainment, income, and food without appreciation for their complex nature or their role as part of creation. This is true of many animals, but I find it is even more pervasive in livestock animals. My husband and I chose to adopt because there is a lot of joy and spiritual peace in trying to give their lives back to them. Cruise and his six game hens, Sasquatch, Marty and Flash are happy, healthy and enjoying being themselves." If you have already donated, please know we are so thankful. If you are considering a year-end donation, we have $14,000 matching funds to double your donation on this #GivingTuesday. We have raised $9,519 so far, and a few hours are left for magic to happen. happytrailsfarm.app.neoncrm.com/np/clients/happytrailsfarm/donation.jsp?campaign=193&... See MoreSee Less
Buddy traveled from Medina SPCA to Happy Trails where he spent two years living a piggy life at the sanctuary. He found his home and a month later was joined by two goats transitioning from their owners to a new life through our relinquish initiative.
Adoptive mom Alissa says, "We were fortunate enough to adopt Buddy (the handsome fella with all the spots), Zion & Xander (the two goobers eating the grapes). All three of them have such amazing personalities. I couldn't ask for better barnyard friends.
Our family experienced the worst day of our lives in February; an electrical fire took over our barn, resulting in the loss of my baby Abraham and Chief Piggum. We needed to start over, a process that is never easy. Our vet recommended that we get Hoover a new pal after recovering from his injuries. Happy Trails seemed heaven-sent to us as they helped pick the perfect friend, even driving 4 hours on both deliveries. We love our new barn crew and look forward to all the adventures together❤️."
If you have already donated, please know we are so thankful.
Leo arrived at Happy Trails suffering from an at-home castration that had complications. He spent an entire year at the sanctuary, and we all fell in love. It takes a particular home for a pet cow, and we are so glad Leo found his place. Adoptive mom Kadi reports, "Leo has settled in well. He is such a fun and spunky boy. He acts like a 1000lb dog! He is doing well on a halter and loves being brushed. We're looking to get him a little heifer friend or 2 in the spring. I am also thinking about getting him a giant ball to play with. He is super fluffy now with the colder weather. We love him so much! I grew up showing holsteins in 4H and of course, was not allowed to keep "pet" steers. I finally have my pet steer and will spoil him for years to come❤️." If you have already donated, please know we are so thankful. If you are considering a year-end donation, we have $14,000 matching funds to double your donation on this #GivingTuesday. We have collected $2,769 toward our goal! happytrailsfarm.app.neoncrm.com/np/clients/happytrailsfarm/donation.jsp?campaign=193&... See MoreSee Less