To provide a well equipped and healing environment for the safe placement of abused (and injured by abuse,) neglected and emaciated animals who are ailing. Our Mission is to give each of these animals a second chance at life by providing urgent medical need care, weight gain and management programs, skeletal therapies, emotional support and unconditional love while rehabilitating.
Wild Rose Sanctuary Rescue, Inc. is a 501c3, volunteer-based, livestock, farm and equine animal rescue and rehabilitation organization that was first started in Southeast Wyoming, and now calls Texas its home as of June of 2018. Originally Established in 2013 as a personal rescue to others in need, we accepted our first out of county rescue in 2015, and became a recognized official Rescue and Sanctuary in 2017 in order to continue to ensure quality rescue, care, treatment and housing of horses and other livestock and farm animals that have medical necessities from abuse and neglect, and urgent care rescue needs.
Our #1 Goal is that of maintaining our very special rescue, in order to continue to receive, care for and rehabilitate
these very special animals.
Sir Cactus now - five months after his rescue :)♡♡♡
From our original post on Facebook in 2015.
"Oh Sir Cactus! Look at you then, and look at you now! :)
It's been five months since Jerrad Hall (thank you, Jerrad!) brought him here as a rescue mid April (after finding him abandoned on the side of a road.) A whole lot of learning curves entailed for all, (thank you, Shyanne!) but it's been worth every single step. Sure he gets a little crabby in his old age (don't we all? lol) and probably a little more-so because he misses his partner in crime, Reggie, our resident pheasant who passed away last year. But one thing is for certain; Cactus has come a darn long way, and we love him. All in all he's an incredible part of this zoo of ours, and we wouldn't have it any other way. Proof that hard work, perseverance, patience, and a whole lotta love...pays off ten fold.
At Wild Rose Sanctuary, we strive to create accommodations for equine, livestock, and farm and ranch animals in urgent need. Occassionally we've been asked to assist the smallest of these critters, like Percy the Duck (Percy was brought to us at 9:30 at night. She could barely float, and was severely underweight) and even the slowest of critters that sometimes don't quite meet the definitions above; like Jack the Turtle.
Big and Small, we do our best to help them all.
To Donate feed and medical care to Wild Rose Sanctuary Animals; please click Donate at the top of this page, or call our local Feed store:
L & H Feed
400 Elm St