West Place Animal Sanctuary is a 501©(3) non-profit founded by Executive Director, Wendy Taylor, in 2007 to provide housing, food and medical care for injured and orphaned wild waterfowl and wild game birds as well as farm animals and elderly horses that are victims of cruelty and neglect, furnishing both short-term and long-term care.
?Located on an 8-acre historic farm property (the Dr. Samuel West Place) and surrounded by 700 acres of preserve old-growth woodlands (Weetamoo Woods) and pastures (Pardon Gray Preserve), West Place is ideally situated in the rural and agrarian community of South Tiverton, Rhode Island. West Place animals participate in educational programs and community service activities, events and projects. These civic engagement opportunities help them educate the public about animal care, and about injured, disabled or abused animals and their abilities to recover, adapt and thrive either in the wild or in the care of animal welfare organizations like ours.
For more information about West Place Animal Sanctuary please visit westplace.org.