Sponsor an Animal
When you sponsor an animal at Infinity Farms Animal Sanctuary and Rescue, you help that animal in ways that cannot even be counted. With more than 150 animals currently being cared for in our program, you'll be sure to have plenty of choices to help an animal in need.
Although we cannot adopt every animal that weighs on our heart (we wish we could!) you can still make a life changing difference for an IF animal in need! Our sponsor program allows you to make a tax deductible donation that will support one of these precious babies. Tons of our rescued animals have outrageous vet bills that far surpasses their adoption fee. Your contribution will help offset these expenses to ensure that we can continue to save more lives in the future! Sponsoring an animal DIRECTLY goes to the animal of your choice. How cool is that??
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Sweet little deaf Aurora, after being hit by a car, was released from the Emergency vet into the care of our fabulous vet, Dr. Tammy Minton! One of our awesome fosters transferred her Saturday morning and helped get her settled. 🐶
She has been taken off oxygen and is breathing well without it. But, Aurora’s recovery is not over yet and it’s not going to be an easy one. There are still so many uncertainties with her health. For instance, Aurora will not weight bear on one leg. 💔
We will be receiving another update soon, but for now we know that Aurora is safe, stable, and in the BEST hands possible! Please continue to send Aurora good thoughts and wishes. We know Aurora will get through this!
Her bill is sky high and we need all the help we can get! We are looking at a total of $1400+ and we have only raised about $800. This means we have over $600 left to raise for sweet Aurora. 🙏🏼
We are begging for donations for sweet Aurora girl!! Can you help us?
Our sweet Lucky is SUCH a precious pup! We saved her from the euthanasia list knowing that she had a “bum” leg. Our team and wonderful volunteers came together so quickly to make sure this sweet girl is safe and has everything she needs!
After seeing our Vet, we found out Lucky’s little Femur is completely shattered in multiple spots. She is scheduled to have surgery Monday morning with our Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Brown at Meeker Animal Hospital. Dr. Brown feels Lucky’s leg can be saved with a large surgery, plates, rods, and a lengthy recovery, but it CAN BE done!
Even though someone did this to sweet Lucky, she is happy, spunky, and full of life! This girl does not deserve to feel this pain & we promise she will never ever experience this kind of pain again! With this surgery, Lucky gets her second chance!
However, this surgery is NOT cheap. We are looking at a $1600+ bill for this and we need your help! Please help up give this spunky girl her ability to run again!
We are begging for donations for sweet Lucky girl, so we can save her little leg!! Can you help us?
Maddie is one of our senior labs pulled from the shelter and was extremely overweight with joint issues and is heartworm positive. Maddie just recently experienced skin issues as well. Luckily, Maddie has lost some weight, however she is still needing to be on heartworm treatment, joint medicine and now skin medicine. All of her medication and vet trips cost us a significant amount and we are needing help desperately.
Our sweet, adorable Elliot has had an incredibly rough life that began with abuse. Most recently, he was involved in an altercation with another dog who really hurt out Elliot!! 😭 He was taken to our emergency vet and treated for his many injuries. His bill is sky high (over $800) and we NEED help!!
Due to this altercation, Elliot is in need of a home, whether it be with a foster or his forever parents ASAP. He has been in our program for quite some time now. Poor guy has been dealt every bad hand you could imagine. Despite the misfortune Elliott has faced in his short life, he has remained the most forgiving and loving boy! 💔Unfortunately, Elliot cannot stay with his foster parents by no fault of his own. He would absolutely adore growing up with human siblings! He is good with female dogs and likes kitties a little too much sometimes 😅h
He takes a little while to warm up but he is a HUGE lovebug and so goofy!! Anyone would be lucky to be able to love this handsome fella forever!!
Hank came into our program from the shelter with a broken femur. The only thing we could do was to amputate his leg unfortunately. Hank has a LONG road to recovery and his vet bills are stacked high topping off at $2000. We’ve raised about $900 of his vet bills but we have a ways to go. He is currently on medicine to aid his hip and joints which is an additional fee as well.
Jonas came to us at Thanksgiving in 2018 as a 8 week old puppy. On Thanksgiving day he broke out with his first seizure - when we realized something was not quite right with him. We immediately rushed him to our Vet to see what the deal was and quickly discovered that he has a non- epileptic seizure disorder. After two months of close watch and care from our favorite vet, Jonas had improved significantly and the number of seizures he was having declined, as well as the severity of the seizures. Now at 6 months old, Jonas is still actively on Phenobarbitol and is supplemented with CBD oil twice daily to keep his seizures under control. Without his medicine, he will break out in a series of seizures with the high potential of not waking up - this can be fatal and his life is at risk daily. Right now, his medicine, including Phenobarbitol and CBD is costing us $160 every month to keep this baby alive and well.
Bailey — this BEAUTIFUL baby is in boarding and is being trained by one of our favorite trainers! Her fee is $185 per week, totaling $740 for the month! Bailey is what we assume to be an abuse case, as she lacks any confidence and has been yet to be taught any manners. Bailey’s foster mom had her for several months trying to teach her how to be a dog. About a month ago, we decided the best course of action was to send her to be professionally trained in hopes that she acquires the skills needed to be a good fit for a loving, forever home!
Beautiful, sweet, loving, Grace. Spent her life as a money maker for a backyard breeder. Once her uterus could no longer take making babies, she was discarded like trash. She was horrible under socialized, botched ear job, clearly abused.
One of our fabulous fosters took her in, and MONTHS later she is recovered and ready to find her happily ever after. Grace deserves a furever home. She has been through so much in her life, and is ready to open a new chapter.
Grace is a fabulous dog who has learned to dog finally. ❤️
Cordelia was saved literally off of the euthanasia table from the shelter, minutes away from her death from a shelter. Shortly after saving her, she was taken to our favorite vet where she was diagnosed with a very rare Neurological disorder that results in her being blind, deaf, issues walking and honestly just being a dog. Despite that, Cordelia has prospered into a fun, loving and independent puppy that just needs some special care that her foster is more than willing to provide her. Her neurological testing and other vet bills have skyrocketed at $1000 which is more than cover without the help of our community.