Grazin Pig Acres, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which functions as an animal rescue and sanctuary. They are dedicated to providing a permanent home in a nurturing, safe environment for abused, neglected, abandoned, or unwanted animals, especially pot-bellied pigs. Although they have a variety of animals at the sanctuary including dogs, cats, rabbits, goats, sheep, horses, and donkeys, they specialize in the physical rescue and care of the pot-bellied pig. To learn more please visit: www.grazinpigacres.org.
Performing Animals Welfare Society (PAWS) was founded in 1984, by former Hollywood animal trainer and author, Pat Derby, and her partner, Ed Stewart, PAWS maintains three sanctuaries for captive wildlife in Northern California. The original PAWS SANCTUARY, in Galt, California, is a haven of treasured memories and senior residents enjoying their Golden years, oblivious to the passing of time.
Part of PAWS is ARK 2000, 2,300 acres of pristine, natural habitat in San Andreas, California. ARK 2000 is currently home to elephants, lions, bears and tigers. www.pawsweb.org.
The House with a Heart Pet Sanctuary mission is to provide senior and special needs pets with a loving and caring home where they will be allowed to live out their lives in a secure, nurturing environment. They provide residents with a comfortable, bright, and spotless home environment. They play in secure outdoor yards and spend supervised time in fenced, grassy fields on the two-acre property. Healthcare and wellness screening are ongoing, with veterinary specialists consulted when needed. Pets receive special diets, as necessary, and are fed high-quality foods and treats. HWAH relies on donations, grants and wish list gifts to accomplish our primary mission of providing quality care for our senior dogs and cats. To learn more please visit: www.housewithaheart.com.
Louise feels strongly about supporting groups that care for animals. During Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina, Louise and the Hay Foundation donated to organizations that helped evacuate animals from those ravaged regions. The Hay Foundation regularly contributes to The San Diego Zoo. The San Diego Zoo Global is committed to saving species worldwide by uniting their expertise in animal care and conservation science with their dedication to inspiring passion for nature.
The 100-acre (40-hectare) Zoo is home to more than 3,500 rare and endangered animals representing more than 650 species and subspecies, and a prominent botanical collection with more than 700,000 exotic plants. It is located just north of downtown San Diego in Balboa Park. To learn more please visit: sandiegozoo.org.
It is my birthright to live fully and freely.
I feel tolerance, compassion, and love for all people, myself included.
There is plenty for everyone, and we bless and prosper each other.
I allow my love to flow freely. It gives me joy to take care of myself and others.
We are all family, and the planet is our home.