Monday, January 16, 2017

Fast Eddy, Bandit and Tucker share shelter

Tucker came to  visit and brought his family's Christmas tree to share with the goats and llamas.  He was then invited for tea and cookies with Fast Eddy and Bandit in their home :)

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Goat Parade

Here come the lovely goats! Bucky, Ziggy, and Marley--Nimbus, Redwood, and Mudpie looking for the rest of the crew and heading towards Fast Eddie! They've been loving the snow and their dedicated volunteers!

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Saturday January 7, 2017 Volunteers



Elizabeth P. from CCHS, Elizabeth H. from TRMS, Gaby from Leawood, Evan from CHS, Emily from CHS, Ellie from PGE, Kevin from Douglas County High, and Stephanie came out in the cold to help us with our chores this morning. BRRRR!  Roxanne came out to check on the chicken room.

Evan's favoite chore was feeding the dogs.  Ellie liked working in the chicken room.  Emily liked feeding the llamas. Kevin's favoite chore was filling the feeder. Elizabeth H brought her Christmas tree for the goats.  Elizabeth P picked up a lot of poop today. Gaby's favorite chore was feeding the chickens.

At 17 degrees we had our chores done in no time.  Thank you everyone for all of your help.

Sunday, January 1, 2017

Happy New Year From The Cooley Family!

Many thanks to Mike, Kandee and Sophia Cooley who came out early New Year's day to do morning chores and give lots of love to all the critters.


What a great way to start the new year; we could not do what we do without our volunteers!

Nia Torrey posted the first blog of the year. :)

Saturday, December 31, 2016

New Family Members


These are two of our newest additions to the Edwards family. This is Salt and Pepper. They are Silkies.

Tuffy's cherry eye

This is Tuffy. When he came to live with us he had a cherry eye. As a result, Tuffy lost the vision in his eye.  After working with our vet, Dr. Dale Rice, we decided that removal of the eye would be the best option for Tuffy.


Volunteer Tim is comforting Tuffy before surgery.


Tuffy came through the surgery like a champ. He is making a speedy recovery.


 This is Tuffy. When he was placed here he had a cherry eye. We worked with the vet to try to get it corrected. It did not work and as a result he lost the sight in his eye. Working with our vet, Dr. Dale Rice, we decided that removal of the eye would be the best option for Tuffy