New Jersey December 09, 2019
Cuddle The Most Adorable Rescued Farm Animals For Free At Skylands Animal Sanctuary In New Jersey
Most people know about the many rescuers, across the United States and around the globe, who dedicate their lives to saving domesticated pets – dogs, cats, rabbits, and birds, to name just a few. Did you know there are also rescues that save and provide loving forever homes for abused, neglected, and abandoned farm animals? If you’ve never been to a farm animal sanctuary in New Jersey, you definitely want to put it right at the top of your bucket list.
All of the farm animals at Skylands Animal Sanctuary, in Wantage, have their own heart-wrenching stories of survival. Despite what each has endured, the family of animals at Skylands...
Have the opportunity to heal from their trauma and to live the rest of their lives cared for, free, and loved. If you've never met a farm animal, you're in for a real treat.
Just like their human counterparts, the animals at Skylands have their own names and distinct personalities. Jimmy the cow, for example, inspired Mike, the sanctuary's owner and founder, to start...
Skylands Animal Sanctuary. Mike helps saves animals from abusive situations, slaughterhouses, farms, and live markets.
Some of the furry or feathery residents you might meet when you visit Skylands Sanctuary for a tour include Andy the turkey, Churchill the goat, and Bonnie the sheep.
Skylands Animal Sanctuary welcomes visitors for tours during the warmer months. (Tours are currently closed to 2019).
In the meantime, the sanctuary welcomes volunteers to help care for the more than 170 animals on the farm. Volunteers may engage in a variety of activities, including...
Raking and mucking coops and barns. Even if you can't make it to the farm on a regular basis, you can learn how to help - by sharing videos, for example - the farm's (and all) animals.
Sponsors are also needed to "adopt" the farm's residents. Donations from sponsors help pay for the "adopted" animals continuing care.
Click here for the official website of Skylands Animal Sanctuary. Or, go here for Facebook.
Do you have a favorite animal sanctuary in New Jersey? Tell us about it in the comments! If you love animals, you’ll definitely want to add these
10 Little Known Places Where Animal Lovers Should Go to your to-do list.
Address: 50 Compton Rd, Wantage, NJ 07461, USA