PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE

Mama Fluffy is twenty years old now.   She was rescued off the streets of Highlands along with her litter of four tiny kittens fifteen years ago by a gentleman named Steven Farlow.  Steven was a librarian and worked at several libraries throughout Western North...

YOUNGER SPECIAL NEEDS PETS AT THE FOREVER FARM

The Friends for Life Forever Farm is a sanctuary for senior and special needs animals.  The majority of our dogs and cats are seniors, but when it comes to those with special needs, some are quite young.  We care for dogs and cats that are blind, deaf, crippled and...

FRIENDS FOR LIFE ANNOUNCES EXPANSION

  The Friends for Life Forever Farm has been housing and caring for senior and special needs animals for ten years. Some of their dogs and cats have been fortunate enough to be adopted into loving homes despite their age or infirmity, but most of the residents ...

ANIMAL HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE

The Friends for Life Forever Farm has been housing and caring for senior and special needs animals for ten years. Some of our dogs and cats have been fortunate enough to be adopted into loving homes despite their age or infirmity.  But, many animals have left this...

FROM HOSPICE TO A BRAND NEW LIFE

When Frankie came to us last month, it was with the understanding that he was a hospice case. We were told he was elderly with an inoperable, cancerous mass on his hind leg. Yesterday he went to his wondeful new home with the Sierra family and their Minature Schnauzer...