Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education & Experience Center worked with two regional organizations to place more than a dozen animals from Red Gate Farm Rescue. The rescue operation was organized to find new homes for more than a dozen resident animals of Red Gate Farm Rescue after it was forced to terminate its operations due to the declining health of its founder.
Big Dog Ranch Rescue offered its assistance to transfer eight domesticated dogs to its newly opened expansion facility in Shorter (AL). Their on-site veterinarian is conducting full health evaluations of the animals prior to placing them up for adoption. Interested adopters who would like to provide a new permanent home and family to these precious dogs, or another in need, are required to provide an approved adoption application and appointment with Big Dog Ranch Rescue. For more information, visit www.bdrr.org/meet-our-dogs.
Additionally, Shy Wolf Sanctuary coordinated with Alyssa’s Animal Sanctuary in the placement of two horses from Red Gate Farm Rescue. Alyssa’s Animal Sanctuary recently relocated from Southwest Florida to Valdosta (GA) to expand its operations.
“This rescue mission would not have been possible without the support and coordination of agencies throughout the region working from the heart and for the animals,” said Deanna Deppen, Executive Director of Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education & Experience Center.
Shy Wolf Sanctuary is beyond grateful for the support and assistance to this rescue operation. The team is continuously working and coordinating with other rescue organizations to help relocate the needy animals with the hopes of finding them a new loving home and family.
About Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education and Experience Center: Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education and Experience Center was founded in 1993. Incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in January 2001, Shy Wolf strives to educate people about captive-bred exotic animal rescue while helping animals in need. Many of the animals they have rescued have been abandoned, neglected, and abused. They have stories to share of survival, thriving, learning to trust again, and the healing power of unconditional love. Shy Wolf Sanctuary has rescued over 1300 animals and provided valuable educational experiences to tens of thousands of human visitors from around the world. www.ShyWolfSanctuary.org.