Are you searching for a local veterinarian to spay or neuter your rabbit companion?
Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary released a new resource to help you find the right veterinarian in San Joaquin County to fix your furry friend. Our online guide includes vet contact information and fee structures for appointments and surgery. To download a free copy of the guide, please visit our website.
Rescued from A & L Poultry, Cassidy the Hen spends her days dustbathing, gobbling down cracked corn and watching her boyfriend (Donald the Rooster) at Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary.
This weekend, Mujer the Chicken is celebrating her one-month anniversary at Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary after her rescue from A & L Poultry in Turlock, California.
In honor of Oakland Veg Week, Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary and The Breakroom Cafe are teaming up to support animal rescue work and humane eating on Friday, April 20th from 10:00am until 3:30pm.
Stop by the cafe to enjoy a delicious selection of veg options. Five percent of your bill at the cafe will be donated to the sanctuary. Please download and bring this coupon with you. The Breakroom Cafe is located at 300 13th Street in Oakland.
In advance of next month’s benefit day, cafe owner Susan Pak took a few minutes out of her busy schedule to speak with the sanctuary about her business development and concern for animals:
Harvest Home: Tell us about your business.
Susan: The Breakroom Cafe opened in 2007, with the intention of being a coffee shop that sells vegan/vegetarian sandwiches. As it turned out, our location was not well suited for selling lots of the usual coffee shop fare and most of the business came from selling sandwiches to the downtown lunch crowd. So over the years, the focus became more on the food.
Harvest Home: What interested you getting involved in Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary?
Susan: I’ve always had a soft spot for animal advocacy, and Anne Martin of Harvest Home has been a customer since the beginning. Over the years, we slowly got a little more involved with Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary through her, starting with hanging posters at the cafe of rabbits available for adoption.
Harvest Home: Your vegan baked goodies are always hot-sellers at our bake sale fundraisers in Oakland. What kind of humane eating options do you offer at The Breakroom Cafe?
Susan: Currently we are a vegan/vegetarian cafe, but slowly adding more vegan options to the menu, with the goal of completely fazing out dairy-even for drinks.
Dudley is a sweet neutered boy who is about 8 months old. He’s friendly and happy, but, like most rabbits, he doesn’t really like to be held. He has comical ears that do tricks! Dudley is learning about the litterbox, and is very attentive to what is going on around him. Dudley came to Harvest Home from the Sand Dunes rescue in Monterey.
The adoption fee for a rabbit from Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary is $50, and includes spay/neuter and a coupon for 20% off at Pet Food Express.
To learn about upcoming events and to see all of our rabbits available for adoption, please visit our website at www.harvesthomesanctuary.org.
Note: We only adopt to indoor homes. Your rabbit should be treated as an integral part of the family. No outdoor hutches. With good care and lots of love, rabbits can live to be 8-12 years old. We expect you to make a lifetime commitment to your rabbit(s). The primary caregiver must be a responsible adult.
If you’re interested in adopting this rabbit, please fill out our rabbit adoption application.
Our friends at DaisyWares are supporting our work in a special way. Check out the soap sale:
“For the Lavender/Spearmint soap only, 100% of sales goes to Harvest Home who rescued starving egg laying hens from a factory farm. Donations will go towards food and medical costs. PLEASE CONVO US IF YOU WANT MORE THAN ONE BAR!!
Dive into a rich, creamy, full of lather soap. The soap contains Organic Lavender & Spearmint Essential Oil! You won’t want to get out of the shower with this bar of soap. It may just whisk you off to a far away place of Lavender blossom fields and sunny skies.
All cured together for 6 weeks in this cold processed soap is Organic Olive Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Cocoa butter and Organic Sweet Almond Oil, plus organic lavender & organic sweet orange essential oil. Herbs are used for the color.
We provide our customers with sustainable and ethically obtained palm oils that do not impact our precious rainforest in any way.
You will get one 4-5oz bar of all VEGAN soap.
Our jewelry and bath & body products are always VEGAN. We never use any animal by-products such as leather, bone, shell, feathers, silk, pearls, beeswax, goats milk, tallow etc.
Just by purchasing Daisy Wares jewelry and bath & body products you are helping animals. Not only do we donate a portion of profits to various pro-vegan animal organizations we also donate our time & product to support vegan related events across the country”
Are you searching for an eco-friendly fertilizer for your home garden this spring?
Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary can help! We are happy to offer raw rabbit manure materials to local gardeners. Our manure is rich in nutrients to help your fruits and vegetables grow.
For more information, please email us or call (209) 244-7174.