There is one last chance for animal misfits at a sanctuary situated north of Kingman, Arizona.
Last Chance Ranch Sanctuary founder Annie Burson spends her days tending to the special needs and severely abused animals. And that includes the four-legged, the three-legged, the blind, the beaten, the broken, the neglected and the wheelchair-bound. In all, there are nine dogs, seven cats and eight horses. “All of them have been classified as un-adoptable,” Burson said. “I’m trying to give them a home environment so they know this is their home. And so they know they don’t have to live in a cage and can live out the rest of their lives here.” Burson’s rescue sanctuary is on 40 acres and has also been her home for 15 years. “The reward is being able to take an animal that is having a near death experience, and being able to pull them out of it,” Burson said. “They seem to thrive off of each other. It’s amazing to watch.”
We are raising money to make sure they never go hungry again, and to make sure they get the vet care, medicines, and special supplies they need. We are counting on your help!