A FEW RESCUES and ADOPTIONS in chronological order:
2009 September - There was a fire in Los Angeles County and we had 6 trucks and trailers transporting horses, cattle, sheep, goats, chickens out of the harm's way. Some of them went to Cuyama Valley for temporary housing until their owners could reclaim them. Some of them went to Arizona to temporary foster homes, due to our request for help but we did not get any financial help.
2009 August - King, a 3 month old dark Brahman cockerel was brought to us from Cottonwood, Arizona. His owner, who loved him very much said that her husband was going to kill him and make burritos out of him. She was desperately looking for a home for King and found us. Male chickens are very rarely allowed to have a good long life. Some cities allow hens but no roosters because of the crowing and they don't lay eggs.
2009 August - Celesta, a 7 year old Paso fino horse belonged to an elderly couple with medical conditions that could not manage to look after her anymore. She has never been ridden and we are trying to build up her muscles.
2009 July - Turk, a handsome double breasted bronze turkey came to us. His owners had rejected him because he was ill with breathing problems. He is now being treated with Bio-active silver hydrosol which is a natural immune support, which is supplied to us from Siemens Health Food.
2009 June - Beadie, an Australian shepherd dog and 2 kittens were rescued together with Theo and Annette, two royal palm turkeys, Goldie, a buff orpington hen along with 5 other hens. Their owners had a broken marriage. The woman needed to make sure the animals were safe, before she went into a safe shelter with her 3 children as the husband threatened to kill them all. Three days after arriving Beadie disappeared, we believe Beadie was taken by the husband, for this reason we don't disclose the sanctuary's address. The kittens were later reunited with the woman and the birds are still here at the sanctuary.
2009 March - Amber, a week old Nubian goat was rescued by our two woofers (voluntary workers) who knew she was being transported to be auctioned off for meat. There were 20 of them but they could only afford to save one.
2009 February - Roxy, a 9 year old quarter horse came to live in this sanctuary. She belongs to a marine who was sent to serve in Iraq, this is why we are taking care of her until she returns.
2009 January - Shadow and Misty, are two 6 year old black cats who were rescued by Earth Angels in Las Vegas as sick kittens. They had adjustment issues when they got moved from Las Vegas to another facility a year ago and were really acting up. They came to Earth Angels, Flagstaff, and immediately accepted their new home.
2008 August - Charlie, a 2 month old light brahman cockerel he came to us from Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary in Las Vegas. They are overrun with birds so we are trying to help them by adopting poultry and contributing a reduced fee for the birds we adopt. http://gilcreasenaturesanctuary.org/
In 2001 Earth Angels Animal Sanctuary was Incorporated in Nevada. We then applied for our 501c3 from the Federal Government. EAAS was solely supported by Siemens Health Foods up until 2009 due to the economy problems facing the Nation. Now EAAS is having to be creative in our efforts to provide Safe and Healthy Environments for all of our Angels.
In 2006 we began working with Chicks and Kids Farm Animal Rescue which was just outside of Oxnard California, the creation of Maiwo. Who originally started a farm project for raising organic chicken eggs. Chicks and Kids Farm Animal Sanctuary merged under EAAS in 2007. hence we are now not only assisting companion animals such as dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens. We are now helping farm animals
Due to all the problems arising for animals from the economy to fires in California, Earth Angels Animal Sanctuary has expanded to working as a Cooperative with other Organizations and Individuals in order to help more animals in need. You will find us in Sacramento County, Yavapai County, Ventura and Santa Barbara County,Coconino County and in several states. You will find us in Flagstaff, Sedona, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Camarillo, Ojai,
Most of the homes provided are on 2 to 5 acre parcels of land where our friends are either fostering or providing permanent homes. We are not able to limit our operations to just 1 area. So we are very fortune ate to have friends who are able to help us.
In January 2009 we began providing a Safe Haven at a small farm in Flagstaff Arizona. Visitors are welcome by appointment only. There are animals running loose and we cannot afford for them to go off property and get injured or possibly injure others. Please if you would like to come out and volunteer please call 702-385-4404 it's a Nevada phone but always available to coordinate visits and answer questions.
Earth Angels Animal Sanctuary has adopted a policy from Chicks and Kids Farm Animal Rescue to try to build as Eco Friendly as possible and feed the animals the most healthiest foods as we would eat. Many of the Animals are on Vegetarian and or Organic Diets