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Currently, we have 47 horses, 2 miniature donkeys, 1 hinny, 6 potbellied pigs, 2 farm pigs, 1 sheep, 6 goats and a cat. We welcome all ages to interact with animals and encourage families to to help together. Regular daily chores include; dump/scrub/fill water buckets and troughs, stall cleaning, bathing, grooming, braiding, feeding, mowing grass, paint, maintenance and anything else that might come up. Attire is casual, jeans or shorts and a t-shirt. Please wear closed toe shoes or boots. We need volunteers when it is hot, cold and raining. We look forward to seeing you at the ranch! Through this program we will introduce families to the love of animals. We can help families find something they are all interested in, where there are tasks for everyone and give them a peek into "farm and ranch life". Helping F.R.I.E.N.D.S. will not only teach families how to care for rescue horses and other farm animals, it will also teach families about the time it takes, the financial cost involved with horse ownership, and the responsibility and commitment it takes to own a animal that lives for 30+ years .
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Currently, we have 47 horses, 2 miniature donkeys, 1 hinny, 6 potbellied pigs, 2 farm pigs, 1 sheep, 6 goats and a cat. We welcome all ages to interact with animals and encourage families to to help together. Regular daily chores include; dump/scrub/fill water buckets and troughs, stall cleaning, bathing, grooming, braiding, feeding, mowing grass, paint, maintenance and anything else that might come up. Attire is casual, jeans or shorts and a t-shirt. Please wear closed toe shoes or boots. We need volunteers when it is hot, cold and raining. We look forward to seeing you at the ranch! Through this program we will introduce families to the love of animals. We can help families find something they are all interested in, where there are tasks for everyone and give them a peek into "farm and ranch life". Helping F.R.I.E.N.D.S. will not only teach families how to care for rescue horses and other farm animals, it will also teach families about the time it takes, the financial cost involved with horse ownership, and the responsibility and commitment it takes to own a animal that lives for 30+ years .
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We will go visit the Mini Pig Rescue and take pictures with our friends. We will try to partner with the rescue to inform other students in our school and surrounding schools about pigs and how special they are. We hope to raise donations for the Mini Pig Rescue and have people sign an oath to stay away from pork products for one year.
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We are volunteering at a no-kill animal shelter which was destroyed last summer during monsoon season. It has been re-opened and we are helping out in any way we can.
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First, we were struggling with searching any local environmental problems. We've based on 4 problems which are exist in our region.
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Our project will be to hold a pet supply drive and ask members of our school and community to donate new or gently used pet beds, leashes, collars, harnesses, toys and bowls. We will donate these supplies directly to the animal rescue center who will use them to help the animals they rescue.
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Students have been making homemade pet toys to donate to the shelter and collecting wish list shelter items through our homeschool co-op and also in the community. We have a class website - https://urbanhomesteaders1.wixsite.com/roots-shoots
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Farmers Branch, TX United States See map: Google Maps Beautification Peace Pets and Domestic Animals 1 Subscribe to group ...
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1) Gather information on the needs of pets in our community. 2) Gather supplies and resources. This means shopping and plenty of research! 3? Assemble! 4) Distribute, then keep an eye out in the community and on social media to watch for feedback.
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On Saturday mornings each week, to provide food and water to street cats, and to provide worming pills crushed up into wet food for all newly encountered cats.

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