We still feed our feral dogs every day at happy valley we purchased the property from the man who used to feed them and at his request we continue to do so. He died last year. We cannot catch them as they were born in the brush and terrain is so rough but we try to pick up their litters, raise them, vaccinate, spay or neuter and place them in loving homes so no more dogs will be out there to breed and suffer. here is a picture of sheba and Rashee and some of their puppies we placed.
There is also red dog and gooney. Some pups did not survive and we would hike for weeks looking for them. There are all kinds of danger in the brush, mountain lions, coyotes, rattlesnakes. The original dog their mom, Brandy who was dumped 9 years ago was poisoned so we were able to bring her to the sanctuary, she survived and lives here. She was someones dog at one time so although scared of everything, she was in a home before so she adjusted. Here is a pic:
Joining our sanctuary :
Chia pet (cheenah) she lived most of her life in a rv. She used to run away every day as she was finally free but then realized her food and shelter was in her fenced yard with a porch with dog houses and converted garage with dog beds so now she goes for her runs 2x’s a day on 10 fenced acres and chills out usually on the porch.
We have 2 more alpacas beside Shala and Windsock. We have Divini and Magenta
We still have the doves