Welcome to Journey's End!

What We Do

Florence with the dogs on the front patio

Journey's End Animal Sanctuary provides lifetime care and shelter for dogs, cats, horses, pigs, sheep, and birds that have been abused, neglected or have special needs. Rather than emphasizing adoption, Journey's End provides a homelike setting where animals can enjoy the remainder of their lives in a comfortable, loving atmosphere.

Our latest newsletter is here!

Daisy and Hope play tug-of-war

In our latest newsletter, our new puppies Daisy, who was paralyzed by an injury, and Hope, who was born with deformed hind legs, become best friends as they await their doggy wheelchairs. See a tour of our Cat House, where most of our 100+ cats live, and meet some of our new residents who desperately needed a home. And new photos too!

Please visit our Newsletters page to see any back issues of our newsletters.

Help keep us going!

Daisy the dog, Tripod the cat, and Bunny the horse

We realize times are hard for many, and Journey's End is no exception. Our expenses are high and ongoing, and the sanctuary has been especially struggling in recent months; in addition, this is the time of year when donations begin to taper off, which continues throughout the summer. While we dream of someday becoming financially secure, that is not a dream that has been realized.

But Journey's End also began as a dream, and your generous support enabled the sanctuary to grow from a dream into reality. As a result, you have transformed and saved the lives of thousands of animals in desperate need. You are the only reason Journey's End has been able to remain open all these years. Our unique mission is to provide safe haven in a loving home environment for unadoptable animals, and this is possible only through your donations. Without you, we would be forced to close our doors.

Please know you have our most heartfelt gratitude for everything you have given and for whatever you are able to give now to help us continue to lovingly serve the animals of Journey's End. If you would like to donate, please click the Donate button above, or go to our GoFundMe page to donate directly to our veterinary expense fund.

Our GoFundMe Fund for Medical Care

Our GoFundMe page has been set up to help raise funds for our animals' veterinary expenses. We strive to provide the best care for our animals, and this fund is a way to directly support this life-saving work.

Please check our page for updates and photos on our animals' current medical needs, and if you are able to help, we appreciate it very much!

AmazonSmile

Journey's End is now participating in the AmazonSmile program. Just start from smile.amazon.com and select Journey's End Animal Sanctuary as the charitable organization. You'll get the same great products and prices as always. Amazon will donate .5% of the sales price of eligible purchases to Journey's End, at no additional cost to you.

Journey's End License Plate Frames

License Plate Frame

Our durable license plate frames are a fun way to show your
support for the animals! Just $10 each plus $2.50 shipping,
available in our Online Store.

Shelter WishList

We are now participating in the Shelter WishList program, where you
can see our current needs and choose what you want to donate towards. Wishlist items may include a particular animal's medical expenses, a building repair project, or other specific need.

Just click on the Shelter WishList Support logo on the right side of
any of our web pages, or go to our Donate page for more information
on this and other donation options.

Our facebook Page

Please visit our facebook page for our latest photos and news.
We hope you'll "like" our page!

New Arrivals

Pocahontas in her pen, with a rooster nearby
Pocahontas was found in the woods, where she apparently had been abandoned

Precious standing on the back patio of the Cat House
Precious came to Journey's End after her owner could no longer care for her

Hope sitting on the floor in the front room
Hope was born paralyzed and was going to be euthanized by a breeder, but was rescued by a couple of teenage girls

Daisy on a blanket
Daisy was paralyzed when her owners accidentally dropped a plank of wood on her when building a dog house for her

Louise lying in the back yard, looking over her shoulder
Louise and her best friend Thelma were abandoned

Minnie sitting in the window of the computer room
Minnie was a stray with a badly broken rear leg that had to be amputated