Happy Birthday to our director of The Rainbow Ranch Project Joyce Stafos. Joyce also helps with the Missouri Primate Foundation and her and her dog Stanley are part of our Paws for Applause Pet education program.
First Thanks to everyone who helped with donations and work day.
Next work day Sunday July 19 we begin at 9:00 a.m.
still need scooping litter
money for flea treatment for feral cats sanctuaried in enclosures
hay and straw
power washer (gas )
Thanks to everyone for dry and wet cat food, all the paper towels
Mostly more of your time on Sunday for work day (don’t wear your Sunday best and wear old shoes) Thanks for your support !!!!! Remember ,the ferals sanctuaried here still need your help and we are still helping other groups with ferals . Please let us know if you are coming ! If you can’t join us mail a donation to Rainbow Ranch Project ,box 209 ,Morse Mill Mo. 63066
These are happy adopted dogs and cats !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We were happy to be part of Head to Tails Kids carnival. It was a great event.
Here at The ranch we are certain we are visited by Many Angels. Speaking of Angels: Thanks this week to Rick and Alice, the Hill family, Carl, Nicki and Danny,Connie C.Dawn and Mark – Thanks to all of you for your donations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Money for educational materials for our programs
Eagle Scout Troop 426 is Hot!!! Or at least they were Sat/Sun June 20 and 21 when they put a new roof on our storage garage at the Rainbow Ranch Project. This was the Eagle scout project for Nick Modglin of Troop 426. Nick has a whole lot of good friends and family helping out. This was a big job we have had other scouts, and 4 -H projects, but this was the hardest by far! They were all so polite and cleaned up their mess and we appreciate all their hard work to help the animals!!!! Thank you Nick and Troop 426!!
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Meet Baby Hank
After loosing Hank I never thought I would have another goose here.
In the wild, Blue and Gold Macaws live thirty to fifty years of age. When properly cared for as pets, it’s not uncommon for them to live seventy-five and, on occasion all the way to one hundred years old. Our friend, Spencer is fortunate to have made it to six years (just a baby) in the care of elderly hoarders.
Spencer had been given as a gift to an elderly couple, who kept everything, and cared for nothing. The couple had already been moved into a nursing home.
When rescue was called in, the workers were advised to tuck their jeans inside their socks to help protect them from fleas, roaches and mice.
Spencer was found in his cage with at least a foot of filth and feces on top of his grate and more below. His beak had grown in to a circle and he was very thin.
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