A Sanctuary For The Animals 

   Our Mission: 

We are passionate about educating children and adults on the care and respect for all animals. To provide refuge to animals that would otherwise be euthanized and to remove those who are in neglectful or abusive situations. Here they will be provided with the best nutrition, housing and love. Having room to roam and play, interact and socialize with other animals, the sanctuary gives a second chance to animals that would have no hope of a decent life, instilling trust in their hearts, so they may feel safe and loved. 

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In Memoriam

Cobina Wright Beaudette
August 14th 1921- September 1, 2011

Cobina spent her life loving and rescuing animals. She was the perfect example of unconditional love, which she learned from almost a century having animals in her life and is now in heaven with all her beloved pets. She made sure her property would always be Happy Endings Sanctuary, so that we may continue to help the homeless animals of our beautiful valley she loved so much. She also loved children, who come here to learn and have a chance to be a part of each animal's success story. We are so grateful for her amazing mentoring, love, kindness and compassion. She will be terribly missed but she will always be our guardian angel.

KC Sanctuary Dog Extraordinaire

We had to put our oldest and most wonderful Sanctuary dog  K.C. to sleep recently. Her body shut down along with her legs. She is running again, pain free and I know she was grateful she had people who loved her, doted over her, didn't care if she was deaf, half blind, incontinent, had dementia, needed to eat 4 times a day and gave her a forever home. You came a long way from the starving, beaten dog a year ago!!

Cheers old girlie! You were sure loved and you will be missed!!!


When she first came to us as a senior lady, she was extremely thin, but she was one of the sweetest, most well behaved dogs you could ever ask for. She spent the remainder of her life with her foster dad, David and beautiful German Shepherd named Cyrus. She spent her days with love and dignity on 100 acres, going for walks daily and having her every whim catered to! We are honored to have been able to make your life whole again and we will  never forget your big heart and your willingness to forgive. You will live in our hearts forever! Thank you David, you are extraordinary!

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