Over the past 28 years, CAPE has worked closely with animal shelters to take animals whose chances of finding forever homes are slim to none. CAPE has helped thousands of animals who are older or who have medical conditions. CAPE gives them what they need the most - time, love, and veterinary care.
-Nuggetis an 18 year old potbelly pig who came to the CAPE Animal Sanctuary in 2022. Because of his age, Nugget receives specialized care and nutrition.
- Gertie, who was continually bred for goat meat on a farm, gave birth to triplets. Her pelvis broke during labor and her son, who we named Stevie, was born blind. They both lived at the CAPE Animal Sanctuary for nine years together until Stevie sadly passed from cancer. Gertie, now 12 years old, has continued to thrive.
Renegade, on old mustang with Cushings Disease and severe arthritis. He lives with the rescued herd at the CAPE Animal Sanctuary.
-Remy, a very debilitated ex-racehorse who was rescued from an auction where kill buyers were placing bids on him. He is very bonded with Renegade at the CAPE Animal Sanctuary.
-Roxie a blind older chihuahua who had major dental issues and needed her remaining eye removed. She will now have forever care in CAPE's Assisted Living program.
-Daisy, who had hooves that were so overgrown and deformed when she came to the CAPE Animal Sanctuary that she walked on her knees.
“"Never, never be afraid to do what's right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society's punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way."