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TICKETS AVAILABLE - GET YOURS WHILE THEY LAST!
Join us on June 4th and play horse while riding through the scenic woods of Chichester! Click here for more information.
Foster Homes needed
Foster homes needed to care for and raise the
precious pups to be. Please email email@example.com if
you can be a foster home in the Concord,
Manchester, or Seacoast areas. All donations will
help and are highly appreciated.
Watch videos about the Live and Let Live Rescue Farm on
Puppies, kitties, goats, ducks, and bunnies
looking for a home! (Click on the image to
More Puppies will be arriving from foster homes to LLLF as they become of age and have the appropriate vaccines and health certificates. Please watch us on Facebook for updates and then contact firstname.lastname@example.org for appointments or more information to meet these precious babies for possible adoption into their new forever homes/families.
Are you looking for a horse, dog, puppy, cat,
kitten, goat, donkey, chicken, pig, rabbit, or
other animal to add to your family?
Then come to the farm!
You will not only be helping an animal in need of
their own home, but you will find a friend for
life. Click on "Petfinder" at the top of this box
or on the picture of the donkey to view the
available animals for sponsorship or adoption.
Sales to Benefit the Animals
Shop for flowers here and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Rescue helping animals in need.
USED TACK SALE STORE OPEN ON SUNDAYS, 1-4PM. All sales benefit the animals of LLLF Rescue.
KIDS C.A.R.E T-SHIRT (Click on link to see T-Shirt and colors) $15 each, $3 shipping, order with PayPal or send a check or money order in the mail.
Now taking orders for the LLLF 2016 Calendar Sponsors. Thank you to our great supporters who will once again support the animals by sponsoring a month in our 2016 calendar. Please email email@example.com to sponsor.
Buy our Calendar-visit the Calendar Page.
In need of donations
On October 16, 2015 LLLF Rescue received an urgent call for help for a 13 year old gelding Arabian horse in a very poor condition from the town Animal Control officer. The animal control officer said it's one of the worst starvation cases she's ever seen. LLLF volunteers jumped into action to meet up with the animal control officer of the town to transport this starved/emaciated and dehydrated horse safely to LLLF where he was just unloaded from the trailer.
Hitting the ground of LLLF this boy was given the name Nico by one of the young volunteers of the "Kids C.A.R.E" program at LLLF Rescue.
There will be months of the high costs of rehabilitation care and special feed, minerals, hoof and equine dental care to slowly bring this boy to good and proper weight and health.