Napier’s Log Cabin Horse & Animals Sanctuary, inc. is a licensed non-profit 501 (c)(3) Florida corporation dedicated to providing loving adoptive homes to animals in need. It is a “No-Kill” Sanctuary that once an animal is accepted will always have a home. (Adopted animals are always welcomed to return to the Sanctuary at any time for whatever reason).
Most animals at the Sanctuary are transferred from local and out-of-the-county animal services and
would have been euthanized if the Sanctuary had not taken them in. All animals receive needed vet
care, shots including Rabies, are microchipped for ID, spayed/neutered, heartworm or FIV/Leuk. tests
and have 30-days of free pet insurance for their adoption donation. Most of the horses need to be wormed and receive shots as they arrive (and on a regular basis) as most are under fed and have never had the basic medical care provided to them.
The Sanctuary has been providing good, loving homes for dogs, cats, horses and livestock since
August 2004 and is operated in Agriculture Zoning, permitted by Manatee County to have kennels and
inspected by Manatee County Animal Services. The Sanctuary relies on the generosity of the community to survive. No other government funding or grants are received. The Sanctuary is run entirely by volunteers — no paid employees.
MISSION: To provide a temporary home to homeless animals until a permanent adoptive home can
be found. Also to help educate the public about adopting and taking care of homeless animals to help
the county in becoming a “no-kill” community where no adoptable animal is euthanized just for lack of space and time.
For more information on the Sanctuary, visit www.NapierFamilyFarm.com or call (941) 750-8185.
100% of donations go to caring for the animals and are tax deductible as allowed by law.
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