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Last Chance Ranch Sanctuary

Rating: 5 stars   2 reviews 496

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PO Box 6763 Kingman AZ 86402 USA


To provide permanent housing, food, care and rehabilitation for special needs, abandoned, hurt and needy dogs, cats, and horses that are unadoptable and have nowhere else to go.


We are working hard to make the Sanctuary self-sustainable by fundraising, getting volunteers, hoping to eventually hire a part-time or full-time animal caregiver assistant.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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Love this place! Very nice and welcoming, always find a way for you to help, never demanding.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I first met Annie when we (at NorCal GSP Rescue) had a disabled puppy with no where else to go. Hendrix is his name, and he suffered a genetic spinal defect - unable to use his hind legs or control his bowels and bladder. In my first telephone conversation with Annie, she said "I'll take him." Being a skeptic, I thought she didn't understand the amount of care involved, or would change her mind. As our conversations evolved, I realized she was serious and she would give him a great home. A month later I took a two day trip to bring Hendrix to her and check her out myself. It was perfect, and Hendrix was home! Since then, Annie established the Sanctuary so that she could continue to help the handicapped and abused animals that truly had no where else to go.

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What is this organization's top short-term priority?

Funding to sustain operations and be positioned to help additional animals. Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated.

What is its top priority in the long run?

Volunteers and funding, to be able to implement long-terms goals and programs, such as: * building additional barns, corrals, housing and habitats * providing additional services such as more extensive rehabilitation options * providing training for people living with a disabled animal * hiring staff to provide round-the-clock care * developing our volunteer program * being able to accept more animals

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