“As long as Man continues to be the ruthless destroyer of lower living beings, he will never know health or peace. For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other. Indeed, he who sows the seed of murder and pain cannot reap joy and love.”
So Does this Sound familiar? They’re affectionate, playful, curious, intelligent, problem solvers, and have a high level conscientiousness. But, can be jealous, stubborn, and will pout in a heartbeat if they don’t get their way. Just one big ball of emotion. They will flourish in a structured and nurturing environment. If this sounds familiar, it’s not your children or your spouse, this is describing your typical farm animal in a loving environment. Who would of thought that this just doesn’t apply to dogs and cats?
What’s your level of advocacy? So wait a second. You love animals too, but you still eat meat? We get it. We had the same disconnection all our life. Until one day, we just woke up to the fact that we were hypocrites by loving animals and then eating animal products to. We also know that deep down inside, you know what we are talking about too. It’s really a cultural and psychological disconnect that everyone is taught and conditioned to follow at a early age. That it’s a necessary evil that you have to eat meat and dairy to live. But that’s completely false and it’s only a palate choice. I’ll bet you didn’t even know, that the oldest living groups of population in the United States and around world follow a mostly plant based diet in areas called Blue Zones.
I have from an early age abjured the use of meat, and the time will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as they now look upon the murder of men.
-Leonardo Da Vinci
We were a small poultry and goat farm until one day, we had enough of it. It was tearing our souls apart to slaughter our own poultry. Even taking them to a processor didn’t help. Especially witnessing all the other animals that were being slaughtered. We couldn’t just couldn’t be apart of the killing of animals anymore! So we took our advocacy to the next level and became Vegans! It was easier than we thought and it’s one of the best decisions of our lives. We feel so much better, both mentally and physically.
We are a Michigan Non Profit 501(c)3 Micro-Sanctuary. Our primary mission is finding goats in need a loving home. With our core focus on educating people about livestock animals. We want to inspire people to show love and compassion to all animals.
We currently rescue goats and cats on a limited basis at this time.
Our plan is to build more shelters and fenced in pens to be able to actively rescue as many goats as we can that are potentially destined for slaughter and rehabilitate them back to good health and then adopt them out to loving homes.