Welcome to Windy's Rescue
Our mission is to provide refuge and rehoming for forsaken farm and small domestic animals.
POTBELLIESOur Adorable potbellies are very energetic and a great joy to have around the ranch. Come meet them and take one home with you. If you have any questions concerning any of our animals feel free to ask us.
CATS & DOGSWindy's only takes small dogs, there is too much danger for the cats, bunnies, chickens, and pigs to take medium or large breed dogs. We cannot have more than six at any one time, so it is important we adopt out quickly, so we can continue to help.
RABBITSBunnies can be adopted out with small transport cage. Adoption fee for sterilization is $50 or if kept as single bunny (we still recommend sterilizing) adoption fee will be $15..
Meet Miltonthe beautiful tame Llama who arrived at Windy's Ranch and Rescue on January 5 and has become a special part of this family.
How Windy's came to be.....
At about five years old, my Dad took me fishing with he and his friend George LaCroix. We took Dad's little boat to a little island, I have no idea where, I wish I had asked him before he died in 2003, but an island it was... While Dad and George fished and drank, I was running all over finding all sorts of tiny treasures in the sand and rocks. We had been there for quite a while and as I was walking as close to the water as I could get, I saw something struggling in the water, not too far from my Dad's folding chair. I as got closer, I saw a rope from a stick in the ground going into the water, as I pulled on the rope I saw FISH at the end! Many of them, all flopping and stuck on top of one another... so I walked back to the stick, and untied the rope and wa-la, I remember feeling such pure joy as one by one the fishes pulled away from that rope and swam quickly away from me. After I could see no more fish, I ran with that empty rope in my hand directly over to my Dad, SO excited to tell him about the fish I just freed from an awful situation... I wish I had video taped my Dad's version of that story while he was alive... the ending is a little different than mine.
Windy's is always looking for volunteers and good homes, both permanent adoptive homes and foster homes too. Numbers of unwanted pets have skyrocketed with this struggling economy, because many folks are afraid that the local shelter will euthanize their dog or cat or pig or rabbit, some have taken to leaving them behind at an empty apartment or house, or worse, let them loose in our valley.
PLEASE DO NOT DO THIS!.