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.


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 all his other ruminant friends. The ideal home for Amos will be a home with another goat or ruminant friend, will have a fully enclosed shelter with a lockable door, a fully and securely fenced yard (preferably with 2×4 no-climb fencing) with predator deterring features such as hot-wire or barbed wire on the outside perimeter of the fence, among other standard features of a ruminant-friendly home. If Amos looks like your newest family member fill out an adoption questionnaire today!


BREED: Pig      SEX: Male

Already dreading that post-holiday diet you’re planning? Augustus feels your pain. This boy LOVES snacks and is now on diet restriction. But hey… his best friend just died of pneumonia and then he lost his home, so who can blame him? He’s just eating his feelings like the rest of us do. Augustus is now looking for a home that is committed to loving him and keeping him healthy.

He does take some time to warm up (he’s a shy boy), but after all he’s been through, he needs to know he can trust you.  He will make a great companion for anyone who has time to spend with him.

Billy Bob & Zahara

BREED: Goat      SEX: Male & Female

Zahara is super social and enjoys meeting new goats. She’s very people friendly and vocal if she can see you and you aren’t visiting her – especially if it looks like you have crackers.

Billy Bob is still shy, but he’s coming around. He follows Zahara’s lead and loves playing with other goats. If Zahara is somewhere, he is often not far behind. He would do well in a home with someone who can spend time with him and give him lots of love and attention.


BREED: Goat      SEX: Female

Blanche is lead instigator of the herd, but only when food is concerned. She loves playing with the boys and is the first one to let new goats know that she is the boss! Blanche loves humans, treats, and being scratched. She has a great attitude that will make her a wonderful companion for any home.


BREED: Holstein, Cow      SEX: Male

Blue is a gentle giant. He draws people in with his kind eyes and attention-grabbing size. Blue started his life as a veal calf. When male calves are born to the dairy industry, they are considered worthless by-products and are either killed or sold as veal. Blue thankfully escaped this fate and now spends his days enjoying the fresh air and green grass of the sanctuary. Blue will stand patiently in the pasture as his human friends show him affection by rubbing his sides and his neck. Blue’s gentle manners often make him a favorite with visitors and staff alike. If you are interested in adopting Blue, fill out an adoption questionnaire today!

Bobby & Coco

BREED: Goat      SEX: Male & Female

Bobby and Coco are two young kids who love being around people.  If you run around the yard they will chase after you and make a game out of it. They love to jump on rocks, eat blackberries, and give nose kisses. Bobby is the more adventurous one – if he fits, he climbs in.


BREED: Goat      SEX: Female

Cookie is still getting used to being a goat after being alone for 3 years! She loves playing with the other big girls and will let her humans know when it’s time for rump scratches. Cookie doesn’t realize that she’s dehorned and has received some war-wounds by starting fights with the wrong goats – so she does need to be supervised when around horned goats. But she’s a sweet girl who will even sing you a song when she is laying down relaxing/going to sleep. Give this girl a chance and complete an adoption questionnaire today!


BREED: Goat      SEX: Male

Dudley is a living example of why you should ditch dairy and choose compassion. Born male in the dairy industry, he would have been discarded of, deemed useless. Pasado’s Safe Haven took in him and 23 other recently-born bottle-baby males. Now Dudley is about 2 years old and the sweetest goat you’ll ever meet. He is gentle, docile, and loves everyone he meets. He’s so personable that he spent the last 2 years acting as a sanctuary ambassador for tours and events – spreading his story and the story of so many others who weren’t as lucky.


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!

Hooper & Sylvester

BREED: Goat     SEX: 2 Males

Hooper (brown) and Sylvester (black) are a young and playful bonded pair. Hooper is normally the instigator – he gets Sylvester all excited and then they chase each other around with their hair up playing who’s the top goat. Hooper’s favorite place is high up on the play structure. Sylvester is more people curious, while Hooper is more of a goats’ goat – but both are friendly towards people.

The boys have been together since birth. Born male on a dairy farm, they were considered “by-products” and would have been killed just days after birth if Pasado’s hadn’t stepped in.

If you’d like to provide a space for Hooper and Sylvester to live out their days happy and at peace, contact us 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: 3 Males

Larry, Curly and Moe are a bonded alpaca trio who brighten up everyone’s day with their sweet faces! They are very social and love people – especially if you have some yummy treats to give them. They were shy around people when they were first rescued but now they’ll happily take snacks right from your hand and follow you around to see what you’re up to. We love them for their curiosity and spunky, happy attitude! 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: 2 Females

Lucy and Ethel are each around 500 pounds of pure fabulous-ness! 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: 2 Females

Nanni & Noodles were rescued earlier this year from a backyard butcher. They were underweight and malnourished but are now thriving. They will be 160-200lbs when fully grown. They live peacefully with the two other pigs at the sanctuary and would likely blend well with other pigs in a new home. Nanni & Noodles are very friendly with people and Nanni loves belly rubs from her caregivers. Complete a questionnaire today!


BREED: Jersey Cow      SEX: Male

Norman is a headstrong, lovable steer. He is a sanctuary favorite, known for his soulful gaze and the way he moos for his breakfast. Norman needs time to get to know someone, but once you’re in his favor he’ll let you give him scratches on his side all day long! Norman likes to give a big bellow, just to say hello and enjoys spending time with the female cows who have called the sanctuary home. Norman will be happiest spending his life at the sanctuary, but he is still looking for someone to open their heart and sponsor him! Please consider sponsoring Norman here:

Oscar – In Foster Care

BREED: Sheep      SEX: Male

Oscar is in foster care only so he can continue living with other sheep. At the moment, there are no other sheep available for adoption through Pasado’s Safe Haven, and it was best to keep Oscar with a herd.

Oscar is young with goofy energy. He does well with pretty much everyone he meets. Oscar came to us with a tail docked so short it is considered clinically unsafe and illegal. This means that another sheep or ruminant ramming or headbutting (even playfully) his back area can be dangerous to his health. For that reason Oscar would do best with a submissive, calm herd of sheep who match his gentle personality.

He gets along with sheep, goats, donkeys and llamas – and is generally curious and friendly with all people. Especially if you have crackers! If you would like to consider adopting Oscar, fill out an adoption 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. She still isn’t too sure of human pets – when approached she tends to shy away. 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!


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.

Ideal homes for this girl will have a fully enclosed shelter with a lockable door, a fully and securely fenced yard, among other standard features of a pig-friendly home. If you are hoping to add this beautiful girl to your family, fill out an adoption questionnaire today!

Sophia and Robin

BREED: Goat       SEX: Female

These girls are so bonded they even sleep wrapped up together! Robin and Sophia are very social and love attention. They do great with their current herd (Cookie, Piglet, and Blanche) but do pick on some of the smaller girls, so a home without smaller goats is recommended.


BREED: Pig      SEX: Female

Splash swam across a river to freedom – away from the backyard breeder and butcher who raised her as a breeding sow. Now, Splash is content to nap all day, follow visitors and caregivers around the yard, and roll over for belly rubs. She is a large Landrace mix pig and weighs about 700 pounds. Seeking out a cool, refreshing mud bath is one of her favorite things to do. She loves people and always seems to have a goofy expression which reveals her curious, spunky personality. If you would like to give Splash a loving home, fill out an adoption questionnaire today!


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!

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