Poe

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Sally

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Fern

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Franklin

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Bee

Bee’s story Bee was rescued from an extreme hoarding case in early 2022. The owner of the property that she was liberated from had been sick for a long time and stopped caring for the animals. They began breeding and reproducing, many starved to death, and the property wasn’t found by law enforcement until the…

Roo

Roo’s story Roo was born on March 19, 2022 for the purpose of being killed for Easter. He was born with a tongue defect and was unable to nurse from his mother, therefore, needed to be bottle fed to survive. The farmer was unwilling to bottle feed Roo and surrendered him to us instead. His…

Josephine

Josephine’s story Josephine was rescued in March 2022 from a breeding operation whose purpose was to sell sheep to slaughter for Easter. We were picking up Roo the lamb from this farm, and the farmer let us know that he had a ewe who he would be sending to a livestock auction. She had just…

Philomena

Philomena’s story We found Philomena badly bruised and disoriented on the side of road and assumed that she had been hit by a car. We rushed her to hospital and after testing and imaging, it was revealed that she was not hit by a car, she was shot in head and left to die. The…

Zee

Zee’s story Zee was rescued from a terrible hoarding case where he and countless other animals were abused and neglected, and Zee watched many of his friends and family members die in front of his eyes. When we finally brought him to Uncle Neil’s Home, he was seen by our vet and we learned how…

Huxley

Huxley’s story Huxley was rescued from a zoo called Johnson Park Animal Haven where he was known as “The Depressed Ram”. He spent his entire life at the zoo in distress and was seen at all hours of the day and night, in rain, snow, or shine, pressed up against his enclosure fence or laying…

Valentino

Valentino’s story Valentino was born at UNH on Valentine’s Day 2022 to his mother, Charlotte. Charlotte was liberated from a dairy farm in December 2021 at 10-years-old while she was four months pregnant with Valentino. At Charlotte’s age, she has had eight or nine children stolen from her in her lifetime, and Valentino is the…

Evie

Evie’s story Evie was liberated from a dairy farm on December 23, 2021 at the age of four. On September 26th, 2021, we took a trip to a dairy farm to liberate three cows, and as we were walking through the dairy barn, we locked eyes with Evie who was laying on the ground alone,…

Theodore

Theodore’s story Theodore was born in August 2021 on a farm in New Jersey that ran a breeding operation to sell sheep for their skin, wool, and “meat”. He was born to his mother, Willow, who had been living on the farm for many years being used for breeding. The farmer agreed to release Willow…

Willow

Willow’s story Willow was liberated in August 2021 from a breeding operation in New Jersey. On this farm, sheep were being bred and sold for their skin, wool, and “meat”. When we heard that she needed rescue, she had recently given birth to a baby ram who was being released with her, and we offered…

Fiona

Fiona’s story Fiona was liberated from a dairy farm at four years old. She was not producing enough milk for the farm to consider her profitable, and therefore was going to be sent to slaughter. She had recently given birth to a son who was also going to be sent to slaughter because male calves…

Forrest

Forrest’s story Forrest was born a bull calf on a dairy farm in July 2021. Male calves are seen as waste products in the dairy industry because they do not produce milk for human consumption. They are either killed immediately or sent to veal operations and killed after a few months. Forrest made his way…

Mighty Duck

Mighty Duck’s story Mighty Duck arrived at Uncle Neil’s Home in August of 2020 with her five other brothers and sisters. We received a plea for help from individuals who found six ducklings in bad shape in the middle of the road, so they took them in and placed them in a cardboard box where…

Lucky Duck

Lucky Duck’s story Lucky arrived at Uncle Neil’s Home in August of 2020 with her five other brothers and sisters. We received a plea for help from individuals who found six ducklings in bad shape in the middle of the road, so they took them in and placed them in a cardboard box where the…

Buttercup

Buttercup’s story Buttercup was rescued from a dairy farm that was closing in York, PA on July 6, 2021. She was 1 of 4 calves who was left behind at the farm, and sadly, her mother was already sold and sent to slaughter. We knew that if we did not take her in, she would…

Rosie

Rosie’s story Rosie was liberated from a live market in Queens, NY during Kaporos in September of 2020. Kaporos is a religious ritual that takes place annually during Yom Kippur in which practitioners use chickens “as Kaporos” to abolish their sins. They do so by swinging birds by their wings around their heads, saying a…

Willie

Willie’s story Willie was liberated from a live market in Queens, NY during Kaporos in September of 2020. Kaporos is a religious ritual that takes place annually during Yom Kippur in which practitioners use chickens “as Kaporos” to abolish their sins. They do so by swinging birds by their wings around their heads, saying a…

Hildy

Hildy’s story Hildy the rooster came to us after concerned citizens found him wandering alone at night in a park in New York. They knew that if they left him alone outside, he may not make it overnight, so they caught him and reached out to us to see if we could offer him a…

Stephen

Stephen’s story Stephen was liberated from a live market in Queens, NY during Kaporos in September of 2020. Kaporos is a religious ritual that takes place annually during Yom Kippur in which practitioners use chickens “as Kaporos” to abolish their sins. They do so by swinging birds by their wings around their heads, saying a…

Disco Duck

Disco Ducks’s story Disco Duck arrived at Uncle Neil’s Home in August of 2020 with her five other brothers and sisters. We received a plea for help from individuals who found six ducklings in bad shape in the middle of the road, so they took them in and placed them in a cardboard box where…

Daffy Duck

Daffy Ducks’s story Daffy Duck arrived at Uncle Neil’s Home in August of 2020 with her five other brothers and sisters. We received a plea for help from individuals who found six ducklings in bad shape in the middle of the road, so they took them in and placed them in a cardboard box where…

Darkwing Duck

Darkwing Duck’s story Darkwing Duck arrived at Uncle Neil’s Home in August of 2020 with his five other brothers and sisters. We received a plea for help from individuals who found six ducklings in bad shape in the middle of the road, so they took them in and placed them in a cardboard box where…

Cora

Cora’s story Cora was liberated from a live market in Queens, NY during Kaporos in September of 2020. Kaporos is a religious ritual that takes place annually during Yom Kippur in which practitioners use chickens “as Kaporos” to abolish their sins. They do so by swinging birds by their wings around their heads, saying a…