Bucks County animal sanctuary and farm is looking for a new home

Written by on September 30, 2020

Bucks County animal sanctuary and farm is looking for a new home

By Hayden Mitman

September 30, 2020

Photo | Hayden Mittman / WLVR

A Bucks County sanctuary that cares for animals with special needs must find a new home after the property it called home was sold.

At Gratitude Gate in bucks county, founder Jess Huff cares for more than 50 animals, many of them have physical limitations.

“I have my llama that’s blind and his brother and I’ve got goats that come from as far away as Arkansas. For a lot of our guys, this is the last place. There’s no place after us. They have run out of time, people have given up or they are in a bad situation and they have to go.” 

From three-legged goats  to geese with spinal problems, Huff cares for animals that would otherwise be euthanized. But now, her landlord is selling the property and the sanctuary is in need of a new home. 

I know I’m making a difference in their lives. I can’t save everyone, but I know that, for those that come here, I’m giving them the best care possible,” said Huff. 

Huff is running an online fundraising campaign to be able to move to a new location. To donate, visit gratitudegate.org/donate/.

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