Meet the Animals


Compassion in Action – Become a Sponsor

 

It takes a village to care for all the animals that call Rock Run “home”.  YOU can be a part of that village by sponsoring an animal monthly and knowing you are personally contributing to making the world a better place for animals in need.  Monthly sponsorships are critical to keeping our barn filled with hay.  We use around seven bales of hay a day, over 200 a month.  The cost — close to $1,200!

Any animal on the farm can be sponsored, and you can sponsor in any amount, starting at $5.00 monthly.  Sponsorships can be paid by mailing a check each month or via PayPal (automatic deductions can be made monthly).  We are asking for a 12-month commitment to our Compassion in Action Sponsorship Program.  Your commitment enables us to rely on your regular donation to provide food…the very basic requirement for any animal.

As a sponsor, you will receive the following:

  • Thank-you card with a picture of ‘your’ chosen animal

  • Scheduled visit to the farm to see ‘your’ chosen animal

Click below to set up your monthly donation through PayPal.  Please include a PayPal ‘note’ indicating CIA and the sponsored animal’s name.




Click here to open a printable form for you to fill out and mail to
Rock Run Animal Rescue, P.O. Box 272, Newville, PA  17241

 

HORSES

CORONA, aka RONI JEAN

Sponsor:  Connie Carpenter

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FAITH

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ROSEBUD

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CLAY

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DANNY

Sponsors:  Gretchen Horning

 

 

OSCAR

Sponsor:  Gabbi Stine in honor of Sabrina Becker

 

Oscar is a Thoroughbred gelding. He’s a goof; kind of like the class clown.  He’s always nosey and likes to pick on Corona. He has some health issues such as arthritis in his knees, and he has survived colic surgery (had his entire ilium removed). This boy is a real trooper and so much fun!

 

 

 

BUDDY

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DOGS

 

DAISY

Sponsors:  Ron VandeMark ~ In memory of Dixie, Jr.;  stretch 75

Daisy is a stunningly beautiful girl. She was dumped in someone’s yard as a puppy with her brother, Duke. Daisy is a Labradoodle (we think) and probably came from a puppy mill. She, too, has a very sensitive stomach. She loves to try to watch chickens and cats from the porch, praying for the opportunity to go get one. You know…just to “play.” She likes to fetch balls and actually brings them back for you to throw again. And again. And again.

 

DUKE

Sponsor:  Denise Hull

Duke is Daisy’s brother; also tossed in someone’s yard as a pup and most likely from a puppy mill. Duke has been treated for Lyme disease and on occasion requires some treatment for “stiffness.” Duke’s bark makes him sound ferocious, but once he knows you, he won’t get off your lap. All 65 pounds of him on your lap. Duke likes to play ball, too, and is an Olympic bone chewer. He intuitively knows when you need a hug. Quite the lovebug!  Just look at Duke lovin’ with Josh before Josh’s adoption.

 Duke is Daisy’s brother; also tossed in someone’s yard as a pup and most likely from a puppy mill. Duke has been treated for Lyme disease and on occasion requires some treatment for “stiffness.” Duke’s bark makes him sound ferocious, but once he knows you, he won’t get off your lap. All 65 pounds of him on your lap. Duke likes to play ball, too, and is an Olympic bone chewer. He intuitively knows when you need a hug. Quite the lovebug!

 

HANK

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LILLY

Sponsor:  Georgia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOATS

 

AMOS

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Amos is a pygmy goat who arrived with Andy as they needed a home. Amos is a bit timid, still, around people. But he just might let you give him a treat, unless Andy beats him to it. Amos loves Andy and they find great comfort in each other.

 

 

 

CATS

 

BETTY — mom to Lucy & Percy

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LUCY

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PERCY

Sponsor:  Autumn Mertz

Percy has been with us since a kitten as well. He is Lucy’s brother. He is super friendly, gets along with everyone, and is usually the first one at the barn for a meal. He does not miss ANY meals!

 

 

 

 

UNCLE KARL

Sponsor:  Connie Carpenter

 

 

HONEY KITTY

Sponsor:  Savannah Mertz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And SUZIE, our Goose — pictured last but certainly not thought of any differently!

Sponsor:  Autumn Mertz