Posts Tagged ‘goats’

We have returned to volunteering at SASHA Farm Animal Sanctuary! As you can see, we’re very excited about this. So we thought we would share some photos of our first day back with our animal friends.

You can come out and meet them yourselves on May 18th (this Sunday) from noon to 4 pm. Admission fee is $10, kids 5 and under are free. Tour the farm, hang out with the animals and hear their stories, and tasty vegan food will be sold by Shimmy Shack.

Rambo the goat demands love, dignity be damned.

Rambo the goat demands love, dignity be damned.

Billy Ray naps because being adorable is a full time job.

Billy Ray naps because being adorable is a full time job.

Emu squats.

Emu squats.

Petey and Stripes soak up some rays.

Petey and Stripes soak up some rays.

Dawkins strolls in like a pimp daddy.

Dawkins strolls in like a pimp daddy.

Everyone should have a good dirt bath.

Everyone should have a good dirt bath.

Mostly everyone just wanted to snack on some sweet green grass.

Mostly everyone just wanted to snack on some sweet green grass.

 

Come visit SASHA Farm Animal Sanctuary on August 11th!

Many activities to keep yourself and the kids entertained while you explore an animal sanctuary in action! Meet the animal residents as well.

It is always a good time and you’ll be helping raise money to continue rescuing animals in need!

Catered vegan lunch. 🙂

We’ve made it to our 100th post!

Thanks so much to all of the people who have taken their time to read our previous posts and follow our blog. We hope you’ve enjoyed things so far and we’re looking forward to posting plenty more. 🙂

We celebrated this occasion by changing our blog layout just to mix it up a little bit.

We’d love to hear any suggestions any of you might have about things you’d like to see in the future.

Bailey tips her hat to all of you in thanks for your support!

Bailey tips her hat to all of you in thanks for your support!

 

 

All kinds of funny/crazy things happen on a farm. This past week, on my usual day of volunteering at the farm sanctuary, the goats decided I would make a great scratching post…..for their horns. I had 3 of them doing it at once! Luckily it didn’t actually hurt, it just felt really strange. Goats are my favorite part of the farm.

But is that food in your hand?

Sincerely, Ricky