Please Help Feed the Cotton Branch Animals
Here in South Carolina there are wonderful places for cats and dogs to get help, and Carolina Wildlife Care takes in wildlife in trouble...yet there are many needy animals that do not fall into either of these categories and have no place to go - farm animals!Animal Control and the SPCA do not have the facilities to keep such animals, and they are routinely euthanized. Many of them have never enjoyed decent food, a warm bed, or a special snack from a loving hand. In 2004, we started this non-profit sanctuary intended to be a refuge for such animals: horses, goats, cows, pigs, llamas, donkeys, mules, emus, chickens, turkeys and peacocks - all the critters that are now falling through the cracks! Abused and neglected critters will be able to live out their lives in comfort and peace, never to face hatred, confinement, or starvation again. They deserve no less!
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