IIn 2007, Brother Wolf started out rescuing orphaned dogs, but soon expanded to include cats, rabbits, and other small animals who needed our help. Last year alone Brother Wolf impacted the lives of over 6,000 animals!
Over the years, our work has also introduced us to farmed animals like pigs, cows, chickens, turkeys, sheep and goats. We have come to see that all these animals are no less sentient than the dogs and cats we share our homes with – and no less deserving of our compassion and concern.
And we know, by our community’s positive response to past farm animal rescues in which we’ve participated, that many feel the same way.
The “Compassion Farm” at Brother Wolf Animal Sanctuary will provide visitors an opportunity to get to know farmed animals as we have. Their intelligence and humor, playfulness and gentleness, love, and friendship can be transformational!
It is our hope that visitors will have a chance to meet and interact with these animals in the unique setting of our Sanctuary, and be inspired to consider our core ethic of Uncompromised Compassion for all animals.