News & Events
Black Forest Fire - June 2013
Thank you to all the volunteers, supporters and our community. We ran rescue teams in the fire area and helped to rescue approximately 1000 animals and some people from the smoke and flames. We did evacuate for two weeks due to the smoke/fire coming very close and gave away or feed and supplies to help those in need. Our thoughts are with our friends and neighbors who lost their homes and animals in the fire. Donations are still needed to cover expenses, help with vet bills, and replace equipment and animal feed!
62 Cat Rescue - 2013
March, 2013 - 62 Cat Rescue
Reporter: David Nancarrow
Local Sanctuary Rescues Cats Linked To 100 Cat and 25 Dog Hoarding Case
KKTV Channel 11 News Story
Black Forest News - Series
Thank You to Judy von Ahlefeldt for sharing the Taos, NM animal rescue. Read or subscribe to this great local paper here.
Channel 13 (11/23/2013)
We are a animal rescue and rehab farm that has been helping animals since 1994. In 2002, we merged with Charlotte & Arthur Romero
Wildlife Sanctuary a 501(c)3 non-profit. We have rescued hundreds of horses, livestock, dogs, cats and small animals.
We assist in education, disaster response, and work with many youth and volunteer groups. With your support, we will continue to make a difference in the lives of animals. We provide rescue operations, adoption programs, foster and sponsorship programs, student/horse education program, and local and national rescue efforts. We work with local schools, scouts, and community corrections programs.
FARM HOURS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!
Please email BFASFarm@aol.com for more information. We are not open to the general public. We are a private farm/residence and foster network of homes and farms. All visitors must schedule an appointment with our main foster farm and any volunteer foster homes. Please do NOT "just drop by." Everyone must sign liability release forms, without exception. We may have several untrained, wild, scared, or injured horses and animals on the property. We welcome your visit and tour with an appointment.
Colorado - Warning - Under Colorado Law, an equine professional is not liable
for the injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting
from the inherent risks of equine activities, pursuant to section 13-21-119,
Colorado Revised Statutes.