We first visited Lollypop Farm when hiking nearby. Then we adopted Laddie, our dach/cairn terrier mix. Then we fostered Ebony, a cat we rescued. Then we became walkers. Now we are members. Every animal we’ve had had been a rescue, save one. I’ve worked in veterinary medicine for many years in the past. My hope for Lollypop Farm is expansion and growth until there is enough room for all the animals in our region and some more room to take in animals rescued from natural disasters. I pray for many volunteers, and open hearts and homes in the community, for each and every animal.