Meet our Rabbits
Sponsor a Farm Animal
FFAS’ shelter animals are in need of loving “parents” to sponsor their monthly feed, shelter, and veterinary care costs. Our Sanctuary animals are available for sponsorship through our Sponsor a Farm Animal Program. By participating in this program, you help provide the necessary support to care for a rescued farm animal and defend all farm animals against cruelty.
To sponsor a farm animal today, choose the type of animal and monthly donation that is right for you then click the associated link to be directed to our donor page. We ask sponsors make a year-long commitment to a shelter animal and make monthly, quarterly, or annual payments. In return, you will receive a sponsorship certificate with a color photograph of your sponsored friend, and other benefits depending on your animal. Private tours to visit sponsored animals can be scheduled during visitor season and otherwise as staffing permits. You may also wish to consider sponsoring a Farm Sanctuary animal for your friends and family as a special gift sponsorship.
Our latest rescues
Romeo is a chinchilla giant rabbit that was being raised for meat. We saved him from being slaughtered. He is such a sweet guy. We are planning to add him into our AAI Therapy Program.
Cleo is a Flemish Giant rabbit being sold for her meat. She was rescued from a slaughter auction in March 2023. She is extremely large and was crammed into a tiny cage with no room to move. She had sores on the bottoms of her feet from the metal cage.
Honey is a Flemish Giant rabbit being sold for her meat. She was rescued from a slaughter auction in 2022. Her ears were filled with bloody scabs from ear mites. She was severely dehydrated and her nails were grossly overgrown.
Coal and Ash
Coal and Ash were being raised at an angora farm for their fur. Rabbits suffer horrific pain during the process of harvesting their fur.
One of the owners of the farm contacted us because they were no longer able to care for their rabbits.
We were able to take these two boys and now they are living the rest of their lives free from pain and suffering.
Also at the angora rabbit farm was an orphaned baby. Her mom and siblings were killed by predators.
We took the baby bunny home and are bottle feeding her. She is getting stronger and fluffier every day.
We recently lost our sweet little rabbit, Chip.
Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary
757 South Street
Middlebury, CT 06762