Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue and Sanctuary, 20 Paradise Lane, Chichester, NH 03258
info@liveandletlivefarm.org

Live and Let Live Farm

A non-profit, volunteer rehabilitation, rescue and sanctuary for animals

Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue and Sanctuary is an animal shelter that rescues abused and unwanted animals, mainly horses, and pregnant dogs and cats, and provides them either a temporary or permanent safe place to interact with people.  When applicable, we will try to find appropriate homes for rehabilitated animals

Those animals that are considered un-adoptable will be given lifetime care at our farm.


 

In the News

Check out our In the News blog to see recent news and note-worthy stories about Live and Let Live Farm

How Can I Donate

Visit our Donations page to see all the ways you can support the work done at Live and Let Live Farm.

Upcoming Events

Live and Let Live Farm always has something going on!  Check out our Calendar of Evens to see what we are up to

Emergency Funds Needed!

Nico arrived to Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue in October of 2015 after he was found wandering the streets of Weare, NH, after Nico had eaten around the latch of his stall door, and the door came open, and he escaped ( no one knowing there was even a horse still existing on the property he was at ) .

Nico was nearly starved to death. His chances of survival seemed unlikely, but Nico's will to live was strong. We gave him every possible chance to build weight and his strength while in the quarantine facility of LLLF for many months. Nico appeared to be pulling through beautifully, until the next spring when his summer coat did not grow properly due to the starvation/emaciation he had endured which effected his liver organ, and he sunburned terribly.
Nico once again went into our rehabilitation building/quarantine facility for most of the summer months and Nico amazed us with his good nature, his beautiful face and ability to overcome the odds. Nico's journey here at Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue has given him the status of an ambassador to all the others out there because of his incredible spirit.

Nico has unfortunately been losing his eye sight associated with lots of pain with infection setting in, in one eye. He recently underwent surgery to remove the eye to minimize the pain. After a week he had to go back in for a second surgery to fix the incision site at the eye socket, remove the artificial eye and cut back more dead skin. Nico is also losing sight in his remaining eye, and specialists have been working hard to try to keep his eye as long as we can. Nico's paddock mate is a blind horse, Cherry and they love each other and are a beautiful pair together.

Why you ask have we not just given up? Because Nico has not given up, he has always trusted us, his strength is inspiring and we will do all we can to make his life comfortable as Nico is a survivor and other than his eyesite, Nico's health and spirit are lovng and strong.
Please consider a donation on Nico's behalf to help with the recent surgeries and the ongoing medical care he needs. Every dollar helps, no amount is too small. Together, we can all make a difference. If you can't donate, please share or start a fundraiser yourself to help Nico.
Blessings to all and Thank you!

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*You can follow Nico on https://www.facebook.com/Nicotheblindunicorn/ Live and Let Live Farm's rescue has a guided tour every Sunday at 230 if you would like to join us. www.liveandletlivefarm.org

Donate Today!

Every donation helps...thank you!

Don't forget to follow us on social media!

With so much going on at the rescue, following us on Facebook is the best way to see what we're up to - including adoption events, special fundraisers and new animals arriving at the rescue.

 

You can also follow us on Instagram: @liveandletlivefarmrescue

 

We Need Your Help!

Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue and Sanctuary relies on both monetary and non-monetary donations to house and support our animals.   There are a variety ways you can be a part of what we do.

Our Calendar Partnership program is something we are very excited about!

 

Live and Let Live Farm (LLLF) Rescue is extending the sale
of its calendar into existing community organization
fundraising programs for a win-win situation for all
participants. Your organization can earn $5 per calendar with
incentive gifts for selling 20 calendars or more.
For example, if you are a 4-H group, a pony club, a school
band, a PTO, or you need a senior trip fundraiser, consider
joining our partnership program to sell our rescue calendar.
It’s a great way to fundraise and help LLLF’s animals at the
same time.

To learn more about this exciting program, please contact: tehorse@aol.com.  Our most recent calendar is for sale in the Store 

We are in desperate need of farm equipment

 

Do you have an old vehicle of piece of equipment you no longer have a use for? We are in desperate need of multiple items vital to our day to day operations.  

For example, your old truck that no longer passes inspection could find a new home here at the farm!  For our purposes we only need it to run so we can do chores around the rescue.  Other donations such as use of old farms, land and farm equipment, are also needed.  

For a list of many common items we are looking for or to see other ways you can contribute, please visit our How Can I Help Page.

Are you looking for specific information but aren't sure where to find it on our website?  Feel free to visit our FAQ page for all frequently asked questions.  Additionally, we have created a page listing all Forms and Paperwork you might need. 

If you still are unsure where to find answers to your questions, please Contact Us

Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue and Sanctuary is a proud member of the Global Federation of Humane Societies

Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue and Sanctuary meets the criteria of a true equine sanctuary rescue facility, providing humane and responsible care of all animals.

Did you know that there's a vlog that takes place at Live and Let Live?  Well there is!  It's called Herd Bound and it is available for free on YouTube.  Click here to visit Herd Bound's YouTube page.  Be sure to like and subscribe to stay on top of new content!

Donate Today!

Please don't forget to donate to support the animals of Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue and Sanctuary