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My name is Sam!
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Kindness Ranch Animal Sanctuary

Facts about me

Breed
New Zealand
Color
Age
2 years 8 months old, Adult
Size
Sex
Male
Pet ID
B092521004
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

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Rescue

Kindness Ranch Animal Sanctuary

Contact info
Pet ID
B092521004
Contact
Address
854 State Highway 270, Hartville, WY 82215

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We require an adoption application to be filled out and may request a home visit if deemed necessary. Potential adopters are counseled on the special needs that many lab animals have and will work with a staff member to find a good match for their home. All adopters sign an adoption contract, as well, and are encouraged to keep in touch with pictures and stories!

Go meet their pets

Potential adopters are welcome to visit Kindness Ranch and meet the animals by appointment. We sometimes hold adoption events in Cheyenne, WY and Casper, WY.

More about this rescue

The mission of the Kindness Ranch is to provide a sanctuary and place of rehabilitation for animals who have been used in laboratory research.

Staff at Kindness Ranch work to rehabilitate our dogs and cats in a home-like environment. Cats and dogs at the ranch live together with their human caretakers in spacious yurts specially designed to meet their needs. They receive round-the-clock care to help them adjust to their new lives.

The Kindness Ranch also provides foster and adoption programs for all the animals we can rehabilitate. Those who are too debilitated, old or ill to be placed in a loving home can remain on the ranch to live out their days, surrounded by caretakers and volunteers who put the animals’ well-being first.