Farm Animal Adoption

Farm Animal Adoption

If you are looking to give a farmed animal a safe, loving, forever home you are in the right place. With each animal who is adopted into a loving family, Pasado’s Safe Haven is able to rescue another. View their profiles below and see if your next family member is waiting for you at Pasado’s Safe Haven. When you are ready to take the next step, click the “Adopt” or “Foster” buttons.

NOTE: With the very rare exception of medical concerns, all animals will be spayed/neutered/castrated and given a health check prior to being adopted. Please check the ‘Adoption Process’ page for adoption fees.


BREED: Saanen Boer, Goat      SEX: Male

Amos is a super handsome, healthy, extra large goat! He has a strong, spunky attitude and gets along great with his other ruminant friends. Amos can be a bit of a trouble maker when you first meet him and needs to be with an experienced goat-handler, but you’ll develop a great understanding with him the more time you spend with him. It helps  that he’ll will do just about anything for the right treat (usually goat snax!).

If Amos looks like your newest family member fill out an adoption questionnaire today!

Bernard & Oliver

BREED: Potbelly Pigs      SEX: Males

Friends can come in all shapes and sizes – including an overweight, senior pig and an agile piglet. Bernard and Oliver are often found cuddling, soaking in the sunshine while Oliver snacks on hay and Bernard snores loud enough for our neighbors to hear!

Oliver (or “Ollie”) is very active and inquisitive, he loves to explore and play with treat puzzles and toys. He will do almost anything for a treat – which should make him very easy to train! Whenever you walk by the pig yard, Ollie will “talk” to you. If you say something to him he will oink back in response. How cute is that?!

When it comes time to bring Ollie and Bernard into the barn for the night, Bernard always waits for his caregivers to come retrieve him from the yard – he likes a helping hand to guide him to his barn. He then uses his hooves to gently move all the hay into a pile until it is to his liking!

When asked about the pair, our Pig Caregiver said, “I love what Ollie has been able to do for Bernard! We could have never gotten this far in Bernard’s journey without Ollie to help us and I love that Bernard has persevered through so much and is finally getting to be a happy, healthy pig.”

Billy Bob

BREED: LaMancha Goat       SEX: Male

Billy Bob is a rambunctious goat who is looking for friends ready to play! Although he’s smaller than some of our other boys, he’s always right in the middle of the action. Billy Bob has made an incredible transition since arriving at Pasado’s Safe Haven. His Caregiver says, “his way of recovering and learning to trust us is one of the most drastic changes I have seen in my time here.”

Now that Billy Bob has figured out how amazing life is, he needs a home that can provide him with all the attention and activity he desires.

Bobby & Coco

BREED: Goats      SEX: Male and Female

Want a helper goat? Bobby’s got you covered. Whether it’s jumping in the wheelbarrows while the Caregivers clean shavings, or jumping in the Kabota while we deliver things around the farm – Bobby wants to be in on the action!

Cocoa is equally as entertaining! Her Caregiver says, “Cocoa loves to talk! She talks to me everyday and at any time of the day. She has a lot to say and needs to make sure you hear her. I will often talk back to her and it’s like we have an entire conversation with each other.”

LaMancha goats are known for being spunky and that is such an endearing characteristic for these two. Anyone who adopts them will be taken away by their spunky charm.


BREED: Potbelly Pig      SEX: Male

Boris is an extremely sweet pig who enjoys the simple things in life: belly rubs, laying in the sun, rooting in the dirt, and eating snacks. Boris is nice to every animal and person he meets! Boris is even great with children – he is always so gentle with them during tours and camps. Then, when it’s time for dinner, Boris runs to his stall and patiently waits for you to bring him his bowl.

When his Caregiver was asked to describe something unique or endearing about Boris, she said “Though he is chunky, Boris is a dainty boy. He tip toes around his yard and tries extra hard not to knock into things. We had to teach him that it was okay to go into the mud to wallow.”

Boris is so people oriented that he waits at his gate for visitors to come in and see him… perhaps he is waiting for you?

Charlie & Elmo

BREED: Potbelly Pigs     SEX: Males

Charlie and Elmo are pigs with big personalities who prove that opposites attract. Charlie loves being inside on a comfortable bed while Elmo loves walking, running and rooting. They are both harness trained, though Charlie won’t walk far. These best friends have bonded over medical ailments. Charlie is an elderly pig with arthritis and Elmo is battling MRSA and allergies – one of them being mites that live in hay; so he will never be able to live in a barn with other animals if there is hay.

Their caregiver says, “They are quite an oddball pair but they really do love each other. It’s quite evident when they go to bed and are always snuggled up as close as they can get. Sometimes at night I catch Elmo tucking Charlie in (but I don’t know if he wants people to know that — he may lose some street cred!).”

Elmo is going to struggle with health issues his whole life but he is so worth it. Both he and Charlie love people and are sure to make excellent companions to someone.


BREED: Various      SEX: Female and Male

The cow herds at Pasado’s Safe Haven are currently in transition. Please check back soon if you’re considering adding a cow to your family!


BREED: Pig      SEX: Female

Heart is a large, beautiful pig. She loves to be around people and is well-behaved. She may get along with other large, docile pigs, but with a good amount of socialization from her humans caregivers, she may do well as a single pig as well. Pasado’s Safe Haven rescued her from neglect – her feet were particularly neglected and required specific care. Today, her feet are healing well and shouldn’t cause many more problems for this sweet girl. If Heart is the girl for you, fill out an adoption questionnaire today!


BREED: Goat     SEX: Male

Joshua is perfect other than one thing; he was born male. He is one of 38 baby goats rescued from the dairy industry because they would have been killed at just days old as a “by-product” of milk production. Now these boys are living happy, healthy lives.

Joshua will do best in a yard with lots of things to jump on, and with another goat to play with. He can always be found romping around the yard with his friends, or right at the fence line waiting for pets as his people approach.

He is a special goat who is sure to make you smile every day. If you would like to adopt Joshua or his friends, fill out an adoption questionnaire today!

Larry, Curly & Moe

BREED: Alpaca      SEX: Males

Larry, Curly and Moe are a bonded alpaca trio who brighten up everyone’s day with their sweet faces! They were shy around people when they were first rescued but now they’re generally curios and spunky! They are available for adoption to an experienced alpaca handler as Curly can sometimes be a bit of a trouble maker. If Larry, Curly and Moe look like the the alpaca family you’ve been hoping for fill out an adoption application today!

Lucy & Ethel

BREED: Pig      SEX: Females

Lucy and Ethel are almost 700 pounds of pure fabulous-ness (each!). Lucy and Ethel are bonded and love each other very much. Ethel LOVES belly rubs, but Lucy can still be a little nervous around people. It’s easy to bond with Lucy as long as you bring treats! Lucy loves blackberries so you are sure to be her friend if you give her a blackberry treat. These girls have so much personality, curiosity and love and will make the most wonderful companion pets to a loving family!

Nanni & Noodles

BREED: Pig       SEX: Females

Nanni and Noodles were rescued from a backyard butcher. They will be 160-200lbs when fully grown. Nanni and Noodles are very friendly with people but are not recommended for a home with other pigs. Nanni loves belly rubs and playing in water (mud), while her sister munches on treats. Complete a questionnaire today!


BREED: Goat      SEX: Female

Piglet is extra wide and full of pride! She likes all of her goat friends, but tends to stick with the smaller girls most often. Because her stomach is so large, she does have some mobility issues but doesn’t seem bothered by it. She can still put the other goats in their place when needed! Piglet has adjusted beautifully to life at the sanctuary – the only thing she needs now is someone to show her how great a home can be.

Poppy, SweetPea and Rose

BREED: Pigs      SEX: Females

Poppy, SweetPea and Rose made the long journey to the sanctuary from Oregon – originally being part of the PNW 250 Pig Rescue. These three girls stick together – if one pig wants to do something, they all have to do it! But they have their own quirks and endearing qualities: Sweetpea’s ears flap in the wind when she runs, Poppy has THE curliest tail ever , and Rose is the gentle giant of the bunch (and a couch potato). Rose especially likes to lay in the mud wallows while supervising the little guys.  These three girls show us everyday just how strong they are by overcoming their sad history and continuing to trust and enjoy people. Can you give them a home where they can continue to grow?


BREED: Pig       SEX: Female

Ruby is a gorgeous 500+ lb pig. Ruby loves people and will follow you around the yard when you come to visit her. She also loves belly rubs and is well-socialized. She gets along well with other big pigs. If she sounds like the pig for you, complete a questionnaire today!

Sophia & Robin

BREED: Goat       SEX: Female

These girls are so bonded they even sleep wrapped up together! Sophia is the more adventurous and playful one of the pair. She likes to play with the boys and be the first one in at night. Robin is much more laid back and prefers to hang out and relax. She is always there waiting to cuddle with Sophia after she’s done playing around.

Robin and Sophia were rescued from the dairy industry – because they were “favorites” they were surrendered to a rescue instead of being sent to slaughter like all the other. They LOVE living the good life at the sanctuary. They spend so much time out in the grass relaxing that you can tell they never had much opportunity to do this in their previous life. Can you continue showing them the good life?


BREED: Pig      SEX: Female

Violet is a happy potbelly who loves attention! When she sees her caregivers coming up to the yard, she will RUN as fast as she can, even if that means sprinting up from the bottom of the yard! In fact, she even has races with one of our Caregivers — running up and down the yard together.

Violet is very people oriented – she likes to be where her people and to be included in whatever you are doing. Violet is very smart and would be an excellent pig to teach tricks or harness training (she has already done a bit of this). She just wants to please!

Her Caregiver says, “I always really enjoy having her around because she’s so interactive. When we put down new shavings or hay, Violet does this cute little excited dance and then throws herself into the pile.”


BREED: Pygmy/Cashmere Goat      SEX: Female

Whoopi is a smaller, spunky pygmy/cashmere goat cross. She came to the sanctuary after she was found as a stray by a local police department. She has done well in a herd, particularly when she has other ruminants who enjoy her playful energy. She is relaxed and calm around people and will come right up to visitors for food (especially if they have saltines, her favorite treat!) She has become very good friends with some of our other goats, whose spunky energy matches her own. If you have room in your pasture and in your heart for this special girl, fill out an adoption questionnaire today!


BREED: LaMancha Goat      SEX: Female

Zahara is a laid back, curious, sweet girl whose favorite thing is to relax in the sunshine! On nice evenings, she will be the last one to come into the barn for dinner. Some of the rowdy boys can push her around – so she’d do best in a home with more mellow goats who match her temperament.

Our Ruminant Caregiver says her favorite thing about Zahara is, “how nice she is to the other goats and how she’s always there to be a friend and show them that the world isn’t so scary.”

Can you be a friend to Zahara?

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