Frequently Asked Questions
Below we have answered some of the questions that we have received the most often. If you still have questions after reading this page and reviewing our website, please reach out to us via the Contact Us page
How do I donate?
Donations of all kinds are welcome. In additional to monetary contributions, there are a variety of other ways people can give. To find out more click here or visit our How Can I Help? page.
How do I visit the farm?
Live and Let Live is a working farm and on private property so unscheduled visitors are not allowed on site. The general public is welcome to attend our weekly tours, held every Sunday at 2:30. Be sure to wear comfortable, close-toed shows. For safety reasons, anyone wearing improper footwear will be asked to leave the property.
If you are interested in scheduling a private tour, please reach out to us via the Contact Us page or by clicking here.
How do I become a volunteer?
Live and Let Live Farm runs on the efforts of the volunteers. No prior animal experience is needed and volunteers of all ages and abilities are welcome; there are a variety of things to do! To start off as a volunteer, you must attend a Sunday tour at 2:30 and then get the forms to complete a training session ( usually Sunday and Tuesday morning trainings ore offered) You will the need to complete a checklist and work with senior volunteers until you are cleared to work on your own. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent.
To learn about our volunteer program click here
How do I inquire about surrendering an animal?
If your circumstances have changed and you cannot take care of your animal(s) any longer you may fill out our Owner Release Agreement to turn them over to the farm. There is no charge to turn over an animal to Live and Let Live Farm, however we are entirely supported by donations. We encourage you to make a donation to help provide for the care of our animals.
How do I report an incident of animal neglect?
If you suspect a case of animal neglect please first reach out to your local town officials either the police or animal control officer in your town. If you still feel you need assistance please reach out to us via the Contact Us page or by clicking here
How Do I Adopt an Animal?
Please click on the adoption page for more information on puppy and kitten adoptions. Our Puppy and Kitten building is generally open from 2-4 on Sundays or by appointment only. We are a partner with Pet Smart on Loudon Road in Concord and some of our smaller animals can be seen there when available. Please follow us on Facebook as we post some of the incoming litters on there. All puppy and kittens are on a first come basis, so if interested in a particular animal a $50.00 deposit can be placed on a specific animal (the $50 is applied to the adoption fee) please click here to contact us