Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue and Sanctuary was formed in 1996, and incorporated as a 501c3 charitable nonprofit foundation in 2002. Starting with just four horses, the farm has expanded to over 60 horses along with many other species of animals. The facilities has grown to three barns, an indoor rehabilitation center (The Complete Body Rehabilitation Center), four round pens, a series of corrals with run-in shelters and an outdoor riding ring. Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue and Sanctuary provides a safe environment for animals and people to interact. Through a network of volunteers (which forms a huge family of our own ''with a remarkable sense of kinship"), along with co-owner and sponsorship programs, people learn humane education and horsemanship while caring for and rehabilitating horses. We work with school districts (such as Chichester and Epsom), nonviolent prison rehabilitation programs, youth groups and other programs (such as the "Eagala" program) to implement partnerships that will give people an opportunity to work with horses that they wouldn't normally have. The benefits of building relationships with horses and people include physical, emotional and mental aspects that have been well documented and can lead both animals and people to having more productive lives.
Steps to Adopt: Read the "Requirements for Adoption" document in the Puppy/Dog or Cat/Kitten Section. All adoption forms must be completely filled out. PayPal receipt provided with the pre-adoption deposit and/or adoption fee. Pictures of the front, back, and inside living areas of your residence. Copy of drivers license. Current rabies proof of all cats and dogs over 12 weeks old. If you have been in contact with Live and Let Live Farm Rescue (LLLFR), Teresa, or Lauri in Chichester. All correspondence or adoption paper work needs to be emailed to [email protected] NOTE: Emailing or calling the farm's phone number or email, or correspondence on LLLFR's Facebook pages, may result in someone else adopting the animal of your choice.