Our livestock are the reason Hope Ranch was founded and where our original passion lies. Each of these animals are a part of our Hope Ranch family and will live with us for the remainder of their lives.
Lulu & Ruthie
Lulu and Ruthie were surrendered to us by their owner because they were moving. They are now living with us as their forever home
Daniel was surrendered to us many years ago. They bought him at an auction as baby but lived in the suburbs with zero knowledge of how to care for a goat. He was suffering from severe pneumonia and was very ill. He has made a full recovery and is living life at the ranch surrounded by lots of friends.
This boy is one of 19 we rescued over 10 years ago. He is one of our oldest and longest residents at the ranch. He came to us from a hoarding situation we assisted with. He is thriving and loving life in his mud holes and green grass pasture that we are happy to provide.
Roger & Randy
These two came to us from the Riverside County Shelter. They arrived there as strays and had been roaming the streets in downtown Riverside. They are now living a full ranch life and have joined our family.
Wilma was surrendered to us by her owner. She was causing havoc at their ranch. Now she is with us causing havoc at our ranch. She's full of character, we adore her!
Issac was surrendered to us by his owner. He was bought for grandkids who grew up and grew bored of him and he became lonely. He is now living among other alpacas and living with us as his forever home
Tutie & Fruity
These two came to us from the CODE RED list (imminent euthanasia) at the shelter and then joined our sanctuary as family. They were named Tutie and Fruity because the volunteers Geri and Ryan said these two were passing gas the entire car ride from Devore Shelter to Anza!
This girl is one of 19 we rescued over 10 years ago. She is one of our oldest and longest residents at the ranch. She came to us from a hoarding situation we assisted with. She is thriving and loving life in the mud holes and green grass pasture that we are happy to provide.
Our chickens come to us from all sorts of situations. From shelter, to owner surrender, to abuse and neglect situations, and many more. They love each and every one as family, we love our girls!
Willy was surrendered to us with Wilma. He joins Wilma in her havoc making. These besties are two peas in a pod and bring so much life onto the ranch.