other sanctuary residents

Sweet Clyde Kitty Is in Need of Your Love

Not an elephant, but our stray Clyde Kitty. We used to see him down by the barn, then would come up to our house, then go to Laura, our vet’s home on grounds. For the past few months he stays at our house each night and explores during the day.…...

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Update on Some Non-elephant Residents

    We wanted to give a little update on some of our non-elephant residents this weekend. For those that don’t already know, we do wildlife rehabilitation and release of indigenous species that were more commonly found in the area, but their population decreased with human development.  This program is…...

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The New 4-Wheeler Has Arrived!

  It has arrived!! Many thanks to everyone who donated towards our four wheeler campaign. They delivered it less than an hour ago and it’s so clean and shiny, it even smells new. 🤣 Molly seems to approve- and yes, she almost always rides on the four wheeler on the way up…...

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Maggie and Rana

Just a quickie today because our 17 yr. old dog Maggie isn’t feeling well. She has battled liver issues for over 6 years and she is having a flare up. Some of you know her from TES where she found Scott many years ago. She is a cattle dog and…...

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Walks with Goomba

Some of you already know Goomba (the dog with the wheels). He was a sanctuary dog in Tennessee who made the trip to Brazil along with Maggie. He started to have neurologic issues a couple of months ago and now finds himself in a doggie wheelchair. He no longer has…...

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How Many Mangoes Are Too Many?

How many mangoes are too many? Well, when your yard looks like a mango minefield, you may be close. We picked up two backhoe bucket loads from one tree. If we leave them, they will simply rot and attract bugs. Of course we bring them down daily for Maia and…...

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