Question and Answer
Find out more about us
Where are you located and are you open to the public?
We are located in Las Vegas, NV, and we sit in the North West corner of the city where you’ll find a large farming and horse community. While our non-profit organization is public, our facility is private and not open to the public. We do hold fundraisers that benefit our sanctuary from time to time. Follow us on Facebook at ONE Family Animal Sanctuary and you’ll be up to date with all the latest news and events.
I would like to help. How can I do that?
We appreciate donations of any dollar amount. You can donate directly through PayPal using our email address ONEfamilyLV@gmail.com or through this website where you can sponsor your favorite animal. We also accept feed donations too! Our animals eat timothy grass, alfalfa cubes, lettuce, and other dark leafy greens, Mazuri pig food, and chicken feed. Please ask us for more detailed information regarding feed.
Do you take in all animals, and can I surrender my pet to you?
We mostly specialize in farm animal that have no other place to go, but we try to help in the re-homing process of other animals as well. We look each case individually to decide the best option for the animal. If we can’t take it, we may be able to get you in contact with someone that can help.
Do you consume the milk and eggs produced by your residents?
We are vegan, which means we do not consume any animal products (i.e. meat, cheese, eggs, etc.). In order for a female animal to produce milk, it must be pregnant. Since all of our male animals have been castrated, we do not have any females that produce milk. As for the eggs produced by our chickens, we do not consume these either.
Do you breed or sale any animals?
We do not breed or sale animals. Being ethical vegans, we do not believe in the sales or exploitation of any animals. We only specialize in rescuing and rehabilitating. On occasion we have special cases where we may adopt out animals if we feel like they are socialized enough and have no special needs. In this scenario, we have very specific requirements to adopt such as zoning and housing for the animal.