a lifetime of kindness 
FOR FARM ANIMALS

Codys, New Brunswick, Canada

HAPPENING NOW:

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Compassionate care for farmed animals is what we're all about. Since 2019, our mission has been to be a restorative, inspiring space by ensuring safe refuge is available to displaced farmed animals. 

Lily's place is a registered charity and animal sanctuary that provides care to aging, injured, & displaced farm animals. 

Safe Refuge for Farm Animals

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CTV News

the sanctuary was featured by CTV Atlantic JAN 29, 2024.

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CTV News

the sanctuary was featured by cTV ATLANTIC JAN 29, 2024.

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CBC News

the sanctuary was featured by CBC NEW BRUNSWICK JUNE 7, 2023.

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Finding a safe placement for animals who need to be rehomed when their current guardian can no longer care for them is stressful and rarely a position someone thought they'd find themselves in.

Illness, major life events, and financial challenges are just a few of the reasons someone might find themselves asking "where do farm animals go when they can't stay where they are?"  

We aim to be able to answer that question with compassion, understanding, and a plan that makes the difficult decision to rehome a little easier for all (humans and non-humans) involved.

Animal organizations are known for helping animals in need, but they also help people.

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Animal lovers are generous people! Almost every animal shelter, rescue and sanctuary, including Lily's Place, is funded solely by kind people who care about animals. 

Kind and generous contributions have allowed us to have a positive impact by providing shelter to strays like Annabelle the duck, a place to heal for animals like Orphan Annie, and a peaceful retirement to animals like Tardy, an elderly, ex-riding school horse (along with peace-of-mind to her previous guardian by knowing that Tardy was being cared for).   

With more than 30+ happy "tails" beyond the ones mentioned above, supporting the sanctuary ensures the resources will be available to contribute to more happy "tails" in the future. 

WHEN KIND PEOPLE COME TOGETHER TO HELP THOSE IN NEED, THERE'S NO LIMIT TO WHAT WE MIGHT ACCOMPLISH.

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CBC News

the sanctuary was featured by cbc new brunswick JUNE 7, 2023.

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