About Us

They just want to be loved !

Wecome

Hi welcome to Goat Berry Trails hopefully you are having the best day ever!

 

Originally a small goat and poultry farm to a small 501(c)(3) nonprofit sanctuary and rescue that promotes love and compassion to all animals. We currently rescue goats and cats on a very limited basis due to limited space and financing. 

 

Right now we have quite of few permanent resident goats and more than a handful of cats. 

 

Now you’re probably thinking why rescue goats and cats? One reason is that when we have came across animals in need, the shelters and sanctuary’s were full and unable to help. I do realize you can’t save them all, but I can start one at a time.

 

One reason we love goats so much is they actually make really great pets in rural areas. They’re just like dogs in the sense their smart, loving, playful and with enormous personalities. They do require different type of care when it comes to food, shelter and veterinarian care. Also you must be zoned to be able to have goats. Other than that, they just need a whole lot of love. Because goats are a herd animals, you need to have at least a two and we only adopt goats out for pets and never for meat or breeding purposes.

 

The funny thing is that many of our family members are allergic to cats, including my wife. Now we have a few permanent resident senior cats and a couple FIV boys.

 

So consider making a donation or becoming a monthly donor. Our tax ID is down below and all donations are tax deductible.

 

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We would love to here from you. So if your interested in fostering or have any comments or questions just give us a shout.

 

Looking Forward

Our primary focus right now is finding fosters and raising funds for operational cost to cover everyday supplies, veterinary care, food, and we need to build more shelters and fenced in pens to rescue goats. Some of our other needs include a cargo van for transporting rescues and a trailer to haul hay. Ultimately we need a larger sanctuary to be able to house more animals with a dedicated building for feral cats.  

Another goal in the future is to offer a program that we call “Paws & Hooves”! Which would pay for supplies or needed veterinary care for someone who is struggling financially or is on a fixed income. Making sure pets stay with their caretakers.

So set back while we share our journey and moments from a bunch of retired and rescued goats and cats that enlighten our lives.

Have the best day ever!

Aaron & Donna, Co-Founders

It all started with a pair of goats and a few kittens!