WELCOME TO OUR SPONSOR AN ANNI-MAL PAGE!
WHEN YOU SPONSOR AN ANNI-MAL IT ENSURES THAT WE HAVE THE FUNDS TO FEED AND CARE FOR THAT ANNI-MAL. WE WILL SEND YOU A PHOTO OF YOUR ANNI-MAL AND YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO MEET YOUR ANNI-MAL, JUST CONTACT US TO SET UP A TIME TO VISIT! NO AMOUNT IS TO SMALL.
To set up your sponsorship:
Choose an Anni-mal, scroll down to see all the available Anni-mals!
Email us with the name of the Anni-mal you would like to sponsor, your name and if you would like your name to be noted on our website as that Anni-mals sponsor, and your mailing address so we can send you a photo.
Click on the Make A Donation button below, click the monthly donation button, follow the prompts and you are all done!
As a 501c3we rely on the kindness of others to help us feed, shelter and give medical care to the anni-mals we have and to continue to save others, as well as our lifelong forever home Orphan’s and Retiree’s , all donations of every size are gratefully appreciated !
Here are the many ways you can help:
Amazon Wish List: Feel free to purchase things on our Wish List! Click this link: Wish List
You may also mail donation’s payable to Orphan Annimals – “Memo donation”
Attn: Darla Daniel
71 Forge Hill Rd.
Glen Gardner , NJ 08826
We also accept Venmo : Magoo20,firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you and our Anni-mals thank you!
*You can change your mind at anytime.
Meet Our Anni-mals:
Bonnie and Clyde:
This male and female pair of Khaki Campbell ducks was re-homed with Orphan Anni-mals because Clyde was picking on Bonnie, he really needed other females around him so that poor Bonnie wouldn’t be picked on. Now they live happily with us and with two other female ducks.
Sponsored by: Jen Gursky
Norman is a 4 year old steer that came to us as a baby. Norman is the by-product of the dairy industry and as a male he was not needed; he was going to be sent to slaughter, which is where we came in! Norman was bottle fed and given lots of love. He has turned out to be an incredible ambassador for us and takes part in our children’s workshops with his sweet and gentle nature.
Sponsored by: Laura and Lester Guerra
Casanova is a 22 year old in-tact mini horse who was left behind when the owners house was foreclosed on, when he was discovered he was going to euthanized. Now he is happy and healthy here with us.
Dolly is a mini-mule and she really is mini! Sweet natured and silly now, she was completely feral when she came us. Dolly was the product of a divorce.
Franklin and Annabella:
Franklin and Annabella are an all too familiar story when it comes to pot belly pigs, they got bigger than their owners expected and were not trained properly so they were surrendered to us. They are sweet as can be and love each other very much!
Our Oreo, just as sweet as the cookie! Surrendered to us after she was no longer wanted; living out her days eating, lounging and chewing her cud, just they way she should!
Sponsored by: Robert Jenkins Jr. and Joan Gursky
Our beautiful Sweet Pea, an abandoned 3 month old Chincoteaque pony that we adopted in 2006. He lives out his days with lots of friends never to be lonely or abandoned again.
We have lots of goats to choose from on the farm. They vary from babies to seniors. Visit our page for more photos of them!
These chickens are spoiled in their pens. Check out more photos of them on our page!
The best greeters you will ever meet. Our donkeys love to talk and get attention. Visit our page for more photos of them!
We have a couple turkeys on the farm who are very friendly and love the attention from the other animals. Visit our page for more photos of them!