Sponsor A Sheep
As you know, Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary runs entirely off generous donations… and caring for sheep can be expensive. The average cost to feed a is more than $300 annually, plus veterinary visits and procedures, maintaining their habitat -among other needs.
If you want to help support one of our sheep, you can make a monthly sponsorship donation of $30.
Meet our Sheep:
Opal was rescued in May 2020 from a slaughter auction. She was just a few months old. When she arrived at FFAS she had infections in both of her eyes and had coccidiosis, which is a internal parasite which can cause death if not treated. Today Opal is healthy and living out the rest of her life here with her “brothers” Andy and Rocky.
Rocky was rescued from a slaughter auction in May 2020, with his twin brother Andy. The farmer that discarded them only wanted females for breeding purposes. The sheep were just one week old when they arrived at FFAS.
Rocky was rescued with his brother Andy from a slaughter auction in May 2020. Rocky was born with Entropion, which is a condition in which the eyelid, usually the lower one, is turned inward so that the eyelashes rub against your eyeball, causing discomfort and can also cause blindness if not treated. Rocky had a procedure done to treat the condition and is doing great.